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Greek- American Argonauts Association Renounced Anti-Semitic Statements by Metropolitan Seraphim

The Magnesia Prefecture Argonauts Association, founded by expatriate Greeks in the U.S.A. renounced the anti-semitic statements of Metropolitan Seraphim of Pireaus. The members of...

Cypriot Sofia Sergi’s “Flux Quarter” Performance at Carnegie Hall

"Flux Quarter" is a American quartet of string instruments performed by musical pieces of Cypriot composer, Sofia Sergi.  The Quartet performed  at Carnegie Hall...

USA to Approve Issuance of Diaspora Bonds in January ’11

The USA intends to approve the issuance of diaspora bonds in the first half of January 2011. As soon as the Greek government receives...

Greek Professor Runs UC Irvine’s “Thesaurus Linguae Graecae”

Maria Padelia is a Greek woman who left Athens 27 years ago and lives in California.  She works as a professor at the University of...

Boston’s Greeks Provide Food to Homeless Veterans

A group of volunteers of the Greek Orthodox Church of Boston provides once a month, free food to homeless veterans. The dinner is prepared...

Archaeology Magazine Places Recent Greek Archeological Findings on Top 10 in 2010 List

The latest archaeological findings unearthed in Greece over the past year are in the top 10 discoveries of 2010 list, published in the latest...

Greek Researcher Katherine Andrinopoulos Combats HIV in Jamaica

Dr. Katherine Andrinopoulos is an Assistant Professor at the Department of International Health and Development at Tulane University School of Public Health and Topical Medicine in...

L.A. Times Reports Greek-Americans Reluctant to Assist Greece

One of the most well-known newspapers in the U.S.A, includes a really interesting article concerning Hellenes abroad and especially those in America.  It presents...

Greek Orthodox Community of America Renounced Anti-Semitic Statements by Metropolitan Seraphim of Piraeus

The anti-Semitic statements of Metropolitan Seraphim of Piraeus caused a lot of reactions and disappointed in the Greek Orthodox community of America. In an...

Greek Jazz Ensemble Makes Triumphant Return to Flushing Town Hall, N.Y.

Making a triumphant return to Flushing Town Hall with the Latin Jazz Coalition, which he founded in 1986, Bellerose’s own Greek jazz maestro Demetrios...

Armenian Genocide Not Recognized by 2010 U.S. Senate

This year the Resolution on Armenian Genocide (H Res 252) was not included in the U.S. Congress plenary session agenda. The resolution characterizing the massive...

Harlem Students Perform Homer’s Iliad

A group of students from the Frederick Douglas Academy in Harlem performed Homer’s Iliad at the Onassis Foundation in New York.  The preformance followed an initiative of the...

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