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The National Hellenic Museum in Chicago has opened a new exhibition entitled Threads of Tradition, featuring a wide variety of traditional Greek clothing. The exhibition,...

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The Greek Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Kyriakos Gerontopoulos is expected on a four-day visit to Chicago and New York to attend the celebrations...

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The Hellenism of Chicago acquired one more building and its owners want to turn it into a hive of creation and Greek civilization. The...

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Two Greek immigrants Ivan Silvenberg and Georgia Taxaki created the touching video entitled “What it means to be Greek.” The video lasts for about...

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The exhibition “Greek Architects of Istanbul in the era of Westernization” travels for a new tour in the U.S.A, starting from Chicago and specifically...

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John Taris, a 75-year-old retired tailor will face a court on July 9 in Chicago on charges of picking dandelions to eat, which is...

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Fifty-year-old Dorothy Spourdalakis and 44-year-old Jolanta Agata Skrodzka, mother and godmother of 14-year-old autistic teen Alex Spourdalakis are charged with his cruel murder in...

Andrew Athens Passed Away at 91

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Andrew Athens, the great Greek-American Philanthropist, died on March 14th 2013. He passed away during his sleep at his Chicago home after long illness....

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The Art Institute of Chicago will open its new Mary and Michael Jaharis Galleries of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Art on Nov 11, displaying...

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An exhibit on the Spirit of the Marathon, the race inspired by the real battle 2,500 years ago, will be held at the National...

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  Papagalino Bakery and Cafe in Niles, IL is one of the most popular places to go in "New Greektown North." Photo by Panos...

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Two of Roosevelt University's distinguished alumni, Van Vlahakis, owner and chief executive officer of Earth Friendly Products, and Robert “Bob” Mednick, a Roosevelt trustee...