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Day Long “Iliad” Reading at Getty Museum, Malibu

A special event at the famous Getty Museum in Malibu, California, was held last Saturday and was organized by the International Greek Theatre, with...

Greeks Among Victims of Disastrous Southern Storms

The continuous rain in the southeastern U.S. states killed more than 200 people, injured many others, destroyed homes and entire regions, putting the states...

Greek Scientists Find Revolutionary Medical Discovery

An injection made in patients within 12 hours after the onset of a heart attack or stroke, can significantly reduce the damage to the...

U.S Postal Service Honors Greece with Stamp Collection

A stamps collection dedicated to the American Philhellenes was released on Tuesday, April 19th by the U.S. postal service, to honor the Americans who...

Huffington Post Slammed with Bloggers’ Lawsuit

The “iron lady” of media, Ariana Huffington, two months after the golden deal with AOL, has got into legal trouble. An ex-blogger of the...

Symposium for Future of Greek Education in the U.S.A.

Proposals for the Education of expatriates in the United States during the public consultation on the Greek language education in the Diaspora, sent the...

“The Economist” Profiles Greece’s Economic Downfall

The Economist’s latest issue makes a large reference on the huge economic problems of Greece, on the attempts of frugality and on the international...

Proud Greeks of Boston March in Independence Day Parade

The Greek Community of New England has had its department of lightly-armed Greek soldiers since 1998. According to an announcement of New York’s National...

Greek-American Judge Exempts Jury for Racist Comments

Greek-American federal judge of New York, Nicolas Garoufis, punished a woman jury with the burden of jury duty for indefinite time, because of racist...

Harlem High School Organizes Fund Raising Events for Greece Trip

Eighteen students coming from The High School for Law, Advocacy and Community Justice in Harlem, Manhattan, recently organized various fund raising events so as...

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Donates Five-Hundred-Thousand Dollars to Japan

The “Stavros Niarchos" foundation gave a donation worth 500 thousand dollars for the support of actions for help and rehabilitation to the earthquake victims...

Rempetika Performance at the Cultural Centre of the Archdiocese, Astoria

Grigoris Marinnakis promises two nights dedicated to rempetika songs, this Saturday, the 19th and this Sunday, the 20th of March, at the Cultural Centre...

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