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Getty Museum Rejects Court Decision on Ancient Statue

The life-size Greek bronze statue called "Victorious Youth" is at the center of what seems like a never-ending legal battle that has been underway...

Fifteen Things All Greek-Americans Experience In Their Childhood

Growing up Greek-American you are privy to a unique childhood, filled with some pretty strange customs (strange to those who are not Greek, anyway)....

Celebrating 125 Years of Greek Heritage in Pittsburgh

The American Hellenic Foundation of Western Pennsylvania (AHFWPA) and the University of Pittsburgh are celebrating the 125th anniversary of the arrival of the first...

AHEPA Lauds George H.W. Bush After Former President’s Death

The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) issued the following statement on December first upon the death of the 41st President of the United...
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Two Greek Sisters Raising Funds for Paradise, CA Fire Victims

Anastasia Kontaxaki, a nurse in Paradise, CA, escaped the deadly fire known as the "Camp Fire" that blazed through the city on November 8,...

The Greek Freak Has a New Nickname — Superman

Giannis Antetokounmpo is known as the "Greek Freak" to all and is famous for his superpowers out on the basket ball court. Averaging 27.3...
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Tarpon Springs High School Band Crowned US Champions

Congratulations are in order for the Tarpon Springs Outdoor Performance Ensemble for being crowned 2018 Division AA National Champions for the United States. This...

National Hellenic Museum Presents “Layers Revealed: Identities Explored”

On Thursday, November 29, the National Hellenic Museum will present "Layers Revealed: Identities Explored", a conversation between a panel of people who best knew the...
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Archimedean School Honored for Exceptional Academic Achievement

When a school in the US receives the honor of being recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School, it is a celebration of academic...

Greek Monument in Delaware was Once a 1920’s Gas Station

For the past fifty-four years, a Grecian-style monument has stood on the grounds of The Tatnall School in Delaware. Oddly enough, the structure that...

Chicago’s Finest Chefs Celebrate Greek Cuisine at National Hellenic Museum

On Thursday, November 1, the National Hellenic Museum was filled with hundreds of foodies who enthusiastically sampled Chicagoland’s finest Greek cuisine at the Kouzina 2018...
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Greek-American Sisters Promote Greece to the World Through Magazine

In 2011, sisters Anthe and Vasiliki Mitrakos founded a cultural foundation that grants merit scholarships to students of Hellenic descent studying in the US....

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