New Project Will Form Archive of Greek-American Music (video)

The new "Greek Music in America Archives Project," funded by the National Endowment for the Arts in 2019-2020, will be the first-ever comprehensive and publicly-accessible...

American Blues Meets Greek Rebetiko: New Course Offered by New York University

New York University announced last week that it will offer a new class exploring the historical origins of Greek Rebetiko and American Blues —...
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Protecting Cultural Heritage Should be a Priority, Senior UN Official Says About Greek Proposal

The UN can offer technical expertise and bring various organizations together in the fight to protect cultural heritage sites in Greece, Cyprus and elsewhere...

Greece Appeals US Court Decision over Ancient Bronze Statue

Greece's Ministry of Culture and Sports has appealed a recent New York State Court decision in favor of Sotheby's fine-art brokerage company over the...

Eva Palmer Sikelianos, the American Artist Who Lived Like an Ancient Greek

A recent biography by author Artemis Leontis, titled “Eva Palmer Sikelianos: A Life in Ruins,” depicts the life and work of an atypical American...

Best-Selling Greek-American Author Writes About Globe-Trotting Year

Greek-American man Philip Nicozisis, a prominent Palm Beach entrepreneur, became a "digital nomad" during a year-long odyssey which took him to twelve cities on...

Rare Performance of Euripides’ Herakles in the Original Greek in New York

A unique experience of ancient Greek drama was presented to the audience at the Minor Latham Playhouse in New York recently. Euripides’ famous tragedy ''Herakles''...

Greek Artist Demetrius Manouselis to Display Works in New York

The new arts venue ''Mosaic ArtSpace'' announced its inaugural exhibition featuring the works of Demetrius Manouselis, which will take place between May 4th to...

Sparta’s Gift to the City of Spartanburg, S.C., Mysteriously Disappears

A statuette of Leonidas given in 1971 to the city of Spartanburg, South Carolina, as a gift from the city of Sparta, Greece, has...

An American Author Who Fell in Love With the Greek Language

Mary Norris is an American author who learned the Greek language during her twenty-four-year career at the famous ''New Yorker'' magazine. She recently published her...

Orthodox Summer Program for High School Juniors and Seniors

It is that time of year again when Christian Orthodox teens have the opportunity to attend "CrossRoad", a 10-day academic summer institute which helps...

Greeks in Uproar Over New York Times’ Pastitsio Recipe

Pastitsio is a quintessential, traditional Greek recipe that is made, with some slight variations, not only throughout Greece, but in Greek households everywhere. But there is...

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