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2018 Concordia Summit Kicks Off in New York City

The 2018 Concordia Annual Summit, a high-level nonpartisan forum that attracts some of the most important world and business leaders kicked off on Monday...

More Than $2M Raised for Greece at Hellenic Initiative Gala

More than $2 million were raised at the annual gala of the Hellenic Initiative (THI) held in New York on Friday, September 21. The money...

President Anastasiades Says He is Determined to Resume Cyprus Talks (video)

President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades underlined on Saturday his determination and willingness to work for the resumption of Cyprus talks. Speaking to the press after...

Cyprus President Arrives in New York for the UN General Assembly

President of Cyprus, Nicos Anastasiades arrived on Saturday in New York for the UN General Assembly and meetings with Cypriot American organizations. Anastasiades' week-long visit...

How Giannis Antetokounmpo Lost Bet to Justin Timberlake (video)

Giannis Antetokounmpo challenged the basketball skills of Justin Timberlake and lost the bet. Timberlake was in Milwaukee practicing his trick shots on the Bucks’ training...

Archdiocese Sends 237K for the Attica Fires Victims

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese has collected to date the amount of $237,438.00 for the victims of the devastating fires of last July in Attica,...

Vice President Mike Pence ‘Strongly Supports’ the Prespa Agreement

U.S. Vice President Mike Pence conveyed his strong support of the Prespa agreement between Greece and FYROM, during a meeting in Washington with Prime...

Former President Bush Backs ‘Courageous’ Greece-FYROM Deal

Former U.S President George W. Bush has appealed to the citizens of FYROM to back the Prespa agreement with Greece and vote 'Yes' in...

‘Greece on the Ruins of Missolonghi’ Masterpiece Displayed at the Met

An exhibition of the French painter Eugene Delacroix, one of the greatest creative figures of the nineteenth century, opened at New York's Metropolitan Museum...

Can You Describe ‘Philotimo’? Competition Opens for Greek-American Students

The Washington, D. C. Oxi Day Foundation is offering the following scholarships to five Greek-American students (Grades 6-12) who best describe “philotimo.” First Place: $2,000...

U.S. Marks 9/11 Anniversary; Greek-Americans Remember Those Who Lost Their Lives

Americans are commemorating Sept. 11 with somber tributes and a new monument to the victims 17 years on from the horrific events. Thousands of Sept....

Adaptation of Sophocles’ Oedipus at Colonus Captures New York

The Gospel at Colonus, one of the most powerful, soul-stirring shows in theater history, made a triumphant return to New York, lighting up the...

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