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

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Abbot Ierotheos with Konstantinos Fotiadis, and the Hellenic Voices of Long Island “Greek Orthodox Churches open, not close. St. Cosmas  (of Aetolia) said  ‘Things...

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Schools and institutions of the Greek American Community commemorated Oxi Day on October 28th underling the timelessness of its messages and also in support...

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The successful writing duo, from Greece, Michalis Reppas and Thanasis Papathanasiou are known for their comedy “The In-laws from Tirana.” Now, they strike again...

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According to ana-mpa, the Prime Minister Antonis Samaras received a warm welcome from students, teachers, parents and members of the school of the Hellenic...

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  Artemis Pando "Thank you so much to everyone who helped me win. It is greatly appreciated by my family and me. Thank you for...

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Eighth grade graduates with clergy and staff. The St. Irene Chrysovalantou School graduation was held on June 15. Diplomas and awards were given by...

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According to NY daily news, the promotion of the bill, Rape is Rape, was finally successful since it was passed by the NY State...

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Supporters of the Greek neo-Nazi Golden Dawn party made death threats as they were ousted from a Greek-American documentary screening in New York they...

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Greece's crushing economic crisis has flooded Dimitris Pinos with Greek applicants looking for work at his supermarket in the heavily-Greek-American neighborhood of Astoria, N.Y.,...

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Titan Foods is a giant Greek grocery store on 31st Street, Astoria, a NY neighborhood with a strong Greek Diaspora presence. The grocery store...

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Consul of Greece Evangelos Kyriakopoulos and filmmaker Elena Maroulleti (Photo by ETA Press) The history and culture of the Neolithic settlement of Khirokitia, one...