Tarpon Springs Readies For Epiphany

Boys who plucked crosses from Spring Bayou during last year's Epiphany celebration in Tarpon Springs, Florida, say that, true to custom, blessings definitely flowed...

Idaho Family Goes Greek In Anemia Fight

Katie Stevens, mother of Riley Stevens, an 11-year-old Hayden, Idaho boy diagnosed two months ago with aplastic anemia, said she has always shared the...

Greek-Jewish Community Thrives in NYC Neighborhood

In a story published by The Jewish Week, author Diane Cole explored the Lower East Side of New York City, discovering a community of Greek...

Tarpon Springs Sister Cities With Kalymnos

Tarpon Springs, Florida has the highest percentage of Greek Americans than any other city in the US. Through a video call, the mayors of...

AHEPA Keeps Giving to Greece

Continuing its aid to Greece, the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) has donated another more than $150,000 to help Greeks hurt by a...

Pageant Inspires All at Rural Church

As adults know, children are the meaning of Christmas and they were the focal point of a unique Christmas Pageant of the Kimisis Tis...

Spyropoulos’ X-mas Wishes to Greece

U.S. Regional Coordinator of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE), Theodore Spyropoulos, on the opportunity of Christmas and New Year’s celebrations, noted that...

Abp. Dimitrios’ X-mas Wishes for Greece

“Diaspora Greeks in America remain close to Greeks who are affected in these adverse conditions by the financial crisis,” Archbishop Dimitrios of America said...

Baruch College Official Pleads Guilty to Grade-Fixing

Baruch College, part of the City University of New York, fired Chris Koutsoutis, Director of Executive Programs at its Business School, after an internal...

Rafalides Rearranges Plessas

Ten popular songs by famous Greek composer, Mimis Plessas, that remain timely and classical for their lyrics and music, have been newly arranged by...