The Archimedes Palimpsest Project: Digital Palimpsest Now on the Web

After ten years of work, involving the expertise and goodwill of an extraordinary number of people working around the globe, the Archimedes Palimpsest Project...

U.S. Leaders Mark St. Andrew’s Day

Washington, D.C. policy makers, think-tank professionals, diplomats, aid workers, members of Congress, and concerned citizens from all faiths, participated in the Second Annual Saint...

Greece Chases Diaspora Taxpayers in U.S.

Greeks living in or taxed in the United States - who haven't been notified yet - have until Dec. 31 to send Greek tax...
Artist KALIOPY

Artist Kaliopy Takes on Art Basel

The 11th edition of Art Basel, one of the most prestigious art shows in the United States, will be held from Dec. 6-9 in...

Greece Has Immigrant Crisis Too

While most of the attention on Greece is over its crushing economic crisis, the country is suffering another one: how to deal with an...

Author Shares Struggle of Being Adopted During Greek Civil War (Interview)

Joanna Sonya Giangardella was just 10 years-old when her mother was forced to make the difficult decision of placing her in a United Nations-sponsored...

Demetriades Says Greece Needs Trauma Center

Demetrios Demetriades, a noted researcher in the field of wounds at the University of Southern California, is to be given an Honorary Doctorate  Of...

Greek Transport Minister Hatzidakis in N.Y.

Kostis Hatzidakis, Minister for Transport, Communication and Development, is set to give an address on Nov. 28 at a dinner organized by Andrew N....

NYC Performance to Commemorate Destruction of Smyrne

A special performance in New York City, titled "Abandon the Citizens," will commemorate the destruction of Smyrne (also known as Smyrna) 90 years ago. Based...

Guides for Greece? Check Out Matt Barrett’s

There are many English-language travel guides and online sites for visitors who want to know about Greece, and one of the best is operated...