Andrew Athens Passed Away at 91

Andrew Athens Passes Away at 91

Andrew Athens, the great Greek-American Philanthropist, died on March 14th 2013. He passed away during his sleep at his Chicago home after long illness....

America’s Unique Greek High School

Nikos Andriotis, ex-president of Saint Demetrios high school in Astoria, talked to AMNA about the only Greek high school in America, located in Saint...

Holy Painting For Carmel Greek Church

Iconographers from Greece are painting in the Byzantine style at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church in Carmel, India, creating one of the largest...

Greek-American Education Luncheon

A step into the past of Greek culture was experienced by everybody attending the Sacred Patriarchal and Stavropegial Orthodox Monastery of St. Irene Chrysovalantou...

HRF Provides Support For Greece’s Needy

The Hellenic Relief Foundation, in an effort reminiscent of the Diaspora pitching in to help Greece after World War II,has delivered food rations to...

Panos Bousalis’ Tribute to Legendary Xylouris

There is one person in the history of Cretan music who stands out because he became well known beyond the island’s borders. No one...

Avramopoulos, Abp. Demetrios Talk Greek Crisis

During his visit to New York, Greek Foreign Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos discussed with Archbishop Demetrios of America efforts by the Diaspora to help vulnerable...

Dimitris Dimitriou Passes Away

Dimitris Dimitriou, well-known Greek of the Diaspora and member of the Federation of Greek Associations of New York, died on February 20 of a...

Onassis Foundation’s Chairman to be Honored in Chicago

The National Hellenic Museum in Chicagο is going to honor Antonis Papadimitriou, Chairman of the Onassis Foundation. According to the Museum, Papadimitriou will be given...

Queens College Keeps Greek Archive

Queens College of the City University of New York (CUNY) under the initiative of Nikos Alexiou, Oral History Project Director and Queens College sociology...

Prometheus Teachers Society Vasilopita Cutting

    “I am indebted to my father for living, but to my teacher for living well,” said Alexander the Great. The Vasilopita cutting of the...

Antos’ Whitestone Lecture to Pan Macedonians

"Whitestone became an idyllic spot for celebrities and upper class citizens,” said Jason D. Antos, author of the book  Images of America: Whitestone. “The...

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