Smyrna Exhibit in Washington

The Embassy of Greece will present an extraordinary collection of works made by  award-winning Greek American visual artist Annee Spileos Scott. The exhibition, Smyrna:...

Today is National Day of Remembrance for the Genocide of Pontian Greeks

The 19th of May, a National Day of Remembrance for the Genocide of Pontian Greeks by a decision of the Greek Parliament in 1994,...

Statue of Greek-Italian Painter of Capitol Frescoes Raised in Annapolis, MD

A statue of Greek-Italian painter Constantino Brumidi - famous for his U.S. Capitol building frescoes - has been raised in Annapolis, MD to honor...
Members of the Epirotes World Council

Epirotes Abroad Blast Berisha’s "Greater Albania"

The World Council of Epirotes Abroad condemned Albania Prime Minister Sali Berisha's statements about a “Greater Albania," that includes Greek territories. His remarks came...

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...

President Obama Sends Warm Message to Greece on Greek Independence day

U.S. President Barack Obama expressed his support to Greece and its people on the occasion of the Greek Independence Day. March 25 marks the annual celebration...

USS Slater to Commemorate Oxi Day

On October 28th, millions around the world are commemorating OXI (pronounced ō-hē) Day, a day honoring Greece’s courageous resistance during World War II. The...

PoPsie: The Legend of Broadway

Quincy Jones calls him "An icon of the American popular music industry." Nicknamed "the legend of Broadway", William "PoPsie" Randolph was Broadway's most famous...

"Synagonistis": The Greek Jews who Fought in the National Resistance

The exhibition “Synagonistis: The Greek Jews in the National Resistance – The Ones Who Never Wore the Yellow Star” had its official opening in...

The Boston Marathon Winner Who Ran for ‘Seven Million Hungry Greeks’ (video)

"My son Stelios, you should always run, because we Greeks were born to run. This is how we managed to live for so many...

Tarpon Springs Becomes Florida’s First Official Traditional Cultural Property

The National Park Service added the Tarpon Springs Greektown Historic District in Pinellas County to the Register of Historic Places on June 2, 2014....

Martin Luther King Jr. in Dialogue With the Ancient Greeks

By Professor Timothy Joseph* In ''I’ve Been to the Mountaintop,” the soaring yet bone-chilling speech he delivered the day before his assassination, Martin Luther King Jr....

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