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Transylvania University’s Professor Chris Begley to Join in Exploration of Ancient Shipwrecks in Greece

Chris Begley, associate professor and director of the anthropology and sociology programs at Transylvania University in Kentucky is spending his summer break from teaching...

Doing it For Yiayia: Greek-American Alexi Pappas Represents Greece in Rio

Greek-American Alexi Pappas will be representing her yiayia's (grandma's) native country of Greece at the Olympics in Rio. As she participated in qualifying events for the...

Getty Museum Announces Acquisition of Ancient Greek Vase

Today Timothy Potts, director of the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, enthusiastically announced the museum's acquisition of a Geometric Greek vase dating...

Valedictorian Andoni Mourdoukoutas Speech Inspires Michelle Obama

Valedictorian at City College of New York, Antoni Mourdoukoutas, left his mark of inspiration on First Lady, Michelle Obama as she was set to...

Billionaire Heir, Daren Metropolis, Buys the Playboy Mansion

Greek-American businessman Daren Metropoulos has purchased the Playboy mansion. According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) his contract allows him to take full tenancy of...

Pack the Perfect Care Package With Snacks You Can’t find in Greece!

Sure, you can find tons of snack foods in Greece, however, no one does snacks like the USA! Send you friends and family members a...

Where Do Greek-Americans Weigh in On the 2016 Elections?

Election season is in full swing as the citizens of the United States of America and the world anxiously await the results of each...

Greek-American Nadia Kountoures: One of the Youngest Pilots in the U.S.

Chicago born Greek-American Nadia Kountoures is one of the nation's youngest pilots. Her childhood love for aviation has manifested itself as a career, although...

A Big, Fat, Greek Childhood: Growing Up Greek in America

Growing up Greek anywhere that is not Greece is sure to make you stand out from the crowd at one time or another in...

Community Starts Online Petition to Preserve the Sacred Grounds of Saint Anthony’s Greek Orthodox...

An online petition, Preserve the Sacred Grounds of Saint Anthony's Monastery recently surfaced on Facebook in efforts to stop the new construction plans to build...

The History of Greektown Chicago from the 1840s to Present Day

As with many cities throughout North America, Chicago's Greektown came about as a result of Greek ship captains arriving in the city during the...

A Must See, Anthony Quinn Art Exhibit at National Hellenic Museum Chicago

Anthony Quinn was a prestigious actor who brought to life the unforgettable Zorba the Greek. However, acting was not the only creative outlet for...

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