Ted Spyropoulos dies

Greek-American Philanthropist Ted Spyropoulos Dies

Ted (Theodore) Spyropoulos, a philanthropist who contributed greatly to the Greek-American community, has died. The Greek-American supported numerous organizations through his lifetime and offered scholarships...

Byzantine Artwork Exhibit Travels to Chicago

The opening of the “Heaven and Earth, Art of Byzantium from Greek Collections” exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago took place on Saturday,...

Greek Alphabet Celebrated at Metropolis of Chicago

One week of events were organized for the 29th year in the Metropolis of Chicago, celebrating the Greek alphabet, Language, Education, Culture and Press. The...

Horta Picker Taris Faces Court

John Taris, a 75-year-old retired tailor will face a court on July 9 in Chicago on charges of picking dandelions to eat, which is...

Ancient Greek Myth Moves to the High Wire

The creators of "Hephaestus: A Greek Mythology Circus" took the myth of Hephaestus and translated it into a one-ring circus, including premier acts from aerialists to hoopers. The show is playing in Chicago through June 6.

Ariana Savalas Performs Live to Kick Off Greek Film Festival in Chicago

Recording artist, Ariana Savalas, daughter of late, Hollywood acting legend Telly Savalas will be one of the special guests appearing at the Vertigo Sky...

Dandelions for Dinner: New Book Chronicles Story of Family’s Survival of World War II...

What happens to a family already on the brink of disaster when the world around it crumbles? Who survives when the strong and powerful...

Greek Ancient Artists Used Palace Floors as Creative Canvas

The floors of ancient Greek palaces dating back to the Bronze age, were made of plaster that was engraved and painted with colorful patterns...

Lisa Zane to Perform at Katerina’s

Actress/singer/poet Lisa Zane will perform on October 9 at Katerina’s in Chicago. The cozy club is best known to local Greeks as Chicago’s Elliniko...

A New Way for Greeks to Meet

Sellia Georges is a personal relationship coach...and she loves every minute of it. She and her mother, Dr. Lena Kastrisiou, run a modern dating agency...

Food Company Establishes “Free Gyros Day”

Die hard gyros lover? Or just want to try one? Mark your calendar to eat more gyros on Tuesday, Sept., 1, 2009!...

John Calamos Sets Priorities as New Chairman of National Hellenic Museum

John Calamos spoke exclusively to Greek Reporter about his priorities as the new head of the National Hellenic Museum. Calamos recently assumed the position of...

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