Lecture on Greeks and Jews in 20th Century Salonica to Be Held at UCLA

The UCLA Department of History in collaboration with the Consulate General of Greece in Los Angeles, the American Hellenic Council of California and the Greek Heritage Society of...
Miami

Miami to Celebrate Greek Independence Day

Miami might be the latin capital of the United States,  however,  mayor City Thomas Regalado did not forget to issue a proclamation on the occasion...
Pontian Greek Genocide

95th Commemoration of the Pontian-Greek Genocide in New York

Each year the descendants of the Pontian-Greeks along with all Hellenes and Phil-Hellenes across the United States and Canada commemorate the victims and honor...

Did Ancient Greeks Discover America?

Dr. Enrico Mattievich, a retired Professor of Physics from the UFRJ, Brazil, suggested in 2011 that Odysseus's journey to the Underworld took actually place...

Philip Ludwell III of Virginia, the First Known American Convert to Orthodoxy

By the summer of 1738 Philip Ludwell III of Virginia had become one of the largest landowners in British Virginia, but his worldly wealth...

Greek Mafia: Houston Inherits Greek Godfather

On the rough plains of the western town of Houston, Texas where cowboys and Indians can be found a lone immigrant immerged as a...

George Tselos: “Memories Guardian” on Ellis Island

He walks slowly through the corridors filled with nostalgia and tears. On the surrounding walls black & white photographs are telling the stories of...

NYC: Parthenon Drawings on Display

The Greek Consulate General in New York announced the opening of a new exhibition entitled “An Archaeologist's Eye: The Parthenon Drawings of Katherine A....

Greek Orthodox Priest Calls Radio Show, Talks 9/11, St. Nicholas

A Greek Orthodox priest, who only identified himself as the priest of the destroyed St. Nicholas Church at Ground Zero, called in to the...

The Greek-American Couple Who Made US History

Nick and Mary Mathews, natives of Greece who emigrated to the United States and found prospererity there after years of hard work, are symbols...

Murdered Greek Labor Hero Louis Tikas’ Statue Unveiled in Colorado

A statue of murdered Greek labor hero Louis Tikas was unveiled at the Trinidad, Colorado Coal Miners' Memorial Park on June 23, with a...

Oldest Greek Orthodox Church in Texas Celebrates 100th Anniversary!

Uprooted from their homes and having little money and few language skills, Greeks came to Fort Worth and built happy lives. A big part of their...

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