Weeping Icon in Utah Divides Parish

Reported oil tears from a Jesus painting at Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church in Holladay, Utah, have triggered a massive dispute among the people...

Greek Director Pozeli’s Dark Mark on Mediterranean Arts Festival

After a successful beginning, the Between the Seas Festival returns to the East Village, N.Y. for its second summer celebration of contemporary Mediterranean culture,...

Joanne Saltas: Daughters of Penelope’s New President

The Daughters of Penelope (DOP,)  a pre-eminent international women’s organization, elected Joanne Saltas of Salt Lake City, Utah, as Grand President for the 2012-13...

Sellout Artists Promote Greece with…Placemats and Disposable Cups

“Live Your Myth in Greece” is the slogan we hear all across New York City and Athens, Greece. Whether it is on the subway...

Greek Orthodox Community Divided Over Metropolitan Isaiah’s Decision

After the October 24 meeting of Greek Orthodox parishioners regarding their Church leader’s decision to split the Salt Lake City community into two parishes,...

Greek Fast Food Owner Vs. Utah NBA Lockout

Mike Catsanevas and his family who run the fast food chain known as “Crown Burgers”, are aggravated by the NBA lockout directly affecting their...

Utah Valley University Presents Modern “Eurydice”

Utah Valley University’s Theatrical Arts Department is presenting through the 5th of November "Eurydice," the Ancient Greek story of love almost conquering death. The classic...

Hilary Clinton Defends Greece on the FYROM Name Issue

The Obama administration in Washington D.C. is pushing the Skopian Republic to accept the predominant name for the country which is “Vardaska Makedonija”.  However the...

Utah’s Greek Community Honors Prominent Family

Utah's Greek community is honoring a family for their contributions to Salt Lake City. The Katsanevas family immigrated to America from Greece. And while you...