New Greek-Israeli Committee in U.S Congress

A new joint action committee for the Greek-Israeli alliance is now being created in the U.S. Congress for the first time. The creation and...

Onassis Foundation’s Chairman to be Honored in Chicago

The National Hellenic Museum in Chicagο is going to honor Antonis Papadimitriou, Chairman of the Onassis Foundation. According to the Museum, Papadimitriou will be given...

Queens College Keeps Greek Archive

Queens College of the City University of New York (CUNY) under the initiative of Nikos Alexiou, Oral History Project Director and Queens College sociology...

Prometheus Teachers Society Vasilopita Cutting

    “I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well,” said Alexander the Great. The Vasilopita cutting of the...

The Armenians: Unsung Supporters of Hellenism

  “The Armenians are our brothers,” said Constantine Parthenis my Modern Greek instructor at St. Demetrios Greek American School in the 1950’s Astoria, New York....
Leadership 100 Congerence 2013

Leadership 100 Concludes Star-studded Conference

Oscar-winning director Alexander Payne, actress Nia Vardalos and Fox CEO Jim Gianopulos were honored at the 22nd Annual Leadership 100 Conference that brought together...

Death of St. Anthony’s Monk Questioned

A KVOA TV station report from Tucson, Arizona, has re-examined the case of a former monk at Saint Anthony's Greek Orthodox Monastery in Florence...

Maskaleris To Get AHC’s Saloutos Award

The Board of Directors of the American Hellenic Council (AHC) has announced its decision to honor Professor, author and poet Thanasis Maskaleris with the Theodore Saloutos...
Hillary Clinton 2016 confirmed

Exclusive: Hillary Clinton Will Run for President in 2016 – Confirmed

Angelo Tsakopoulos, a close friend and top political donor to the Clintons as well as the Democratic Party, confirmed that Hillary Clinton will seek...

Greek Journalist Blames Papandreou For Crisis

Greece’s crushing economic crisis was deliberately caused by former prime minister George Papandreou so he could impose harsh austerity measures, a Washington, D.C.-based Greek...