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...

Hermes EXPO 2016: 25 Years of Trade, Communication and Culture

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A Tour Through One of California’s Coolest Ghost Towns

Greek American travel blogger and author of "Abandoned Southern California" Joanna Kalafatis takes us on a tour of the abandoned spooky town of Randsburg.

First Greek American from Chicago Killed in World War II to be Memorialized

Leo A. Loumbas, the first Greek American from Chicago that was killed in World War II, is to be remembered at a 75 year...

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...

Escape from Euro Problems: Five Day Greek Tour of Northwestern Macedonia, Part 1

“Cash only!” “Dollars, not euros for tips!” “We do not honor Power of Attorneys from New York Consulate unless we see a specific clause...

Greek American Labor Hero Louis Tikas Statue to be Unveiled in Colorado (video)

A statue of heroic Greek mine worker Louis Tikas who was murdered by the National Guard in the Ludlow Massacre is raised in Trinidad,...

Greek-American Judge James Geocaris Honored With Street Sign in Chicago

Cook County jurist James A. Geocaris was honored on Friday by having a street at Rolling Meadows, Chicago, named after him in front of...

The History of Greektown, Chicago from the 1840s to Now

As with many cities throughout North America, the creation of Chicago's Greektown came about as a result of Greek ship captains arriving in the city...

Greece’s Historical Archaeological Site of Philippi ‘Travels’ to New York

New Yorkers and visitors alike are about to be invited to "take a stroll" through one of Greece's most important historic and archaeological monuments,...

The Greek Orthodox Archbishop who Walked with Martin Luther King

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

Ernest Hemingway and his Connection with Greece and its Culture

Ernest Hemingway's restless spirit of adventure took him many places, where he so often received the inspiration to write his timeless books. He went...

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