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...

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...

Sweet Holidays

photo credit: Rachel Portele The Holiday anti-climax in the U.S. pi**** a lot of people off. The first holiday anti-climax wave comes right after Christmas...

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...

Stunning Exhibition of First-Known Photographs of Athens at Metropolitan Museum

The earliest surviving photographs of Greece, Egypt, Turkey, Lebanon, Syria and Jerusalem, taken in the mid-nineteenth century, will be on display at the Metropolitan...

The Armenians: Unsung Supporters of Hellenism

  “The Armenians are our brothers,” said Constantine Parthenis my Modern Greek instructor at St. Demetrios Greek American School in the 1950’s Astoria, New York....

Alexander The Great’s Lineage Debated

Executive Director of the Center for Islamic Pluralism in the USA, Stephen Schwartz, seems to be a supporter of the Greek origin of Alexander...

N.Y’s Greeks Mark Independence Day

It's a little delayed from March 25, but Greek Independence Day will be celebrated in New York on April  7 with a traditional parade,...

History of Greece’s Jewish Community Before the Holocaust Presented in D.C.

Over one hundred people of Greek-American and/or Sephardic Jewish descent gathered together earlier in March to celebrate their rich, shared history at the United...

Harvati’s Research On Homo Floresiensis

Homo Floresiensis was discovered by a group of Australian-Indonesian researchers in 2003 and was announced as a new human species in 2004. Since the discovery,...

The Greek Orthodox Archbishop who Walked with Martin Luther King

The 1965 march of headed civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Selma, Alabama was a turning point in American history....

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....

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