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The Greek Diaspora wealth does not only stem from successful entrepreneurs and respected personalities but also from the people who involved themselves with letters, art,...

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The local Greek community in Astoria has planned a special event for the unveiling of the 7-foot Sophocles statue that was placed in Athens...

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Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, Senator Michael Gianaris, Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas, and Councilman Costa Constantinides hosted an annual Greek Independence Day Celebration at the...

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Famous Greek lyricist Lina Nikolakopoulou was present in two concerts organized in her honor in Astoria and Princeton University. During an interview Press Office...

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Greek National Defense Minister Panos Kammenos is expected to represent the government in this year's Greek Diaspora events for the celebration of Greek Independence...

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Greek American Senator Michael Gianaris, Councilman Costa Constantinides and Assemblywoman Cathy Nolan celebrated Black History Month at Astoria Houses in conjunction with Congresswoman Carolyn...

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The Greek-American community of New York is mourning the loss of 84-year-old Demosthenes "Dennis" Syntilas, who passed away after a long battle with cancer. Dennis...

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At a press conference with Department of Transportation (DOT) Commissioner Polly Trottenberg, Alta Bike Share officials and local leaders, Greek-American Senator Michael Gianaris welcomed...

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Arianna Stasinopoulos Huffington presented her new book entitled “Thrive,” in a diaspora meeting in Astoria where she announced that the new Greek edition of...

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Greek American Paul Halvatzis, a real-estate agent for Amorelli Realty (a company owned by his mother Anita Halvatzis, based in Astoria) negotiated the selling...

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“The arts are fundamental to our culture,” said Billy Chrissochos. “They inspire us, fostering creativity. They help us express our Hellenic values, building bridges...

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“Greek Orthodox Churches open, not close. St. Cosmas  (of Aetolia) said  ‘Things will come out of the schools that your mind cannot even imagine.’...