Daphne’s Greek Cafe, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy this year, will be sold to a private investment firm in August, when court proceedings are expected to be completed. Trefethen Advisors LLC, an investment banking firm that works with middle-market retail companies, is expected to form a new holding company to acquire the San Diego […]
The Getty Villa of Los Angeles will present an exhibit, ‘The Art of Ancient Greek Theater,’ in conjunction with its production of Sophocles’s ELECTRA, the Los Angeles Times reports. The exhibit, which will run from August 26, 2010 to January 3, 2011, is decribed by the Getty Villa as “the first exhibition in the United […]
Stephanie Patsalis, is well on her way to becoming a culinary arts star, in modern Greek cuisine. Her new cookbook, Greek Chic Cuisine, is inspired by her Greek heritage and infused with love. Patsalis’ sophisticated and charming personality is gravitating, which is probably why Emmy Award winning producer, director and friend, Nick Furris of Spectrum Films, […]
By Alexander Mizan On Friday, May 14, 2010 in a joint event between AHC Benefactor Earth Friendly Products and the American Hellenic Council, we invited Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez to come and view how sustainable green manufacturing and good employment practices can benefit Orange County. Earth Friendly Products, a family-owned small business by the Vlahakis family […]
Olympic champion Evan Lysacek came in second place in the final competition of the 10th season “Dancing with the Stars.” The suburban Chicago native indicated that it was a great experience for him.
More than 100 pieces of ancient Greek art will go on display at the San Diego Museum of Art from May 22-Sept. 5 as part of “Heroes: Mortals and Myths in Ancient Greece,” a traveling exhibition organized by The Walters Art Museum in Baltimore. Among the works from European and North American museums are statues, […]
St. Katherine’s Greek Orthodox Cathedral is hosting A Taste of Greece this weekend, at Tempe Beach Park. A Greek dance group will be performing each day, and the taverna will serve Greek specialties. Tempe Beach Park 54 W. Rio Salado Parkway Tempe, AZ Friday, April 30 11 am-11 pm Saturday, May 1 11 am- 11 […]
Investigators now suspect there may be more than one suspect in a graffiti hate crime Sunday at the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension in the Oakland hills where a swastika, profanity and racial slurs were spray painted on walls and grounds. That is among the leads that investigators are following, but there have been […]
We met the founder and owner of AKT Development, Mr. Angelo Tsakopoulos at a Hellenic event in Southern California. He talked to us about his success and his view on the Greek economy and Real Estate Business.
It was the last thing members of a Greek Orthodox church expected to find — especially on one of their holiest days of the year. Worshipers preparing for Palm Sunday services found the outside walls and ground of the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Ascension tagged with a giant swastika (foto), profanity and other racial […]
Like the Greeks who fought in 1821 for Greece’s independence against the Ottoman Empire, Greek-American Aris Anagnos shares the spirit of revolution against world’s injustices. Anagnos was born in Greece and came to the States in 1946 after he served in the Greek army in World War II. He was only a young boy in […]
Cypriot Marcos Baghdatis stunned World No. 1 Roger Federer in a Tuesday night classic at the BNP Paribas Open, fighting off three match points to oust the three-time champion 5-7, 7-5, 7-6(4) at the year’s first ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tennis tournament. “Best win of my career,” said the 24-year-old Baghdatis. “I think that […]