Culture Shock: Where is a person’s home?

Home is a key word in the whole "culture shock" pavillion. Where is a person's home? What defines it? Level of comfort? Professional/financial opportunities?...

Aris Melissaratos: Industrialist of the Year

The Baltimore Museum of Industry has named Aris Melissaratos, Senior Advisor to the President for Enterprise Development at Johns Hopkins University, the 2009 William...

Exclusive Interview: Ecumenical Patriarch on Environment, Turkey, and the US

His All Holiness, The Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew proves one more time that his recognition as one of Time Magazine's 100 most influential people was...

Remembering the Americans and Greek-Americans of 9/11

Nearly 3,000 people died when terrorists flew two hijacked airplanes into the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. Among the victims were also...

Irene Kacandes Relives Her Father’s Story

When she was very young, Irene Kacandes knew things about her father that had no plot, no narrator, and no audience. To her childhood...

1500 expatriate Olympic passengers “up in air”

The Union of Greek American Travel Agents (GATA) is expressing concerns over the fate of approximately 1500 Olympic Airlines passengers who have return tickets...

Dukakis May Be Appointed Senator of Massachusetts

Michael Dukakis, the former Greek-American Governor of Massachusetts, may be picked up for U.S. Senate, serving out the remainder of the late Ted Kennedy's...

The Last Traditional Greek Boat Builder in America

As a boy on the Island of Kalymnos, Greece, George Saroukos watched his father and grandfather build boats. Over time, he learned the craft....

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Announces Scholarship Recipients

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America is pleased to announce the awarding of scholarships...

Food Company Establishes “Free Gyros Day”

Die hard gyros lover? Or just want to try one? Mark your calendar to eat more gyros on Tuesday, Sept., 1, 2009!...