Spyropoulos Says March 25 Day Of Unity

The U.S. Regional Coordinator of the World Council of Hellenes Abroad (SAE), Theodore Spyropoulos, in a message about March 25th anniversary, talked about the...

Ancient Greeks Smarter Than Us

Turns out that Socrates and his like apparently were as intelligent as they've been made out to be, at least according to  Gerald Crabtree,...

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....
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...

Greek Red Saffron Builds U.S. Market

Saffron, a/k/a the Gold of the Greek Earth, was regarded one of the most popular and valuable spices of the ancient civilizations thanks to...

The Archimedes Palimpsest Project: Digital Palimpsest Now on the Web

After ten years of work, involving the expertise and goodwill of an extraordinary number of people working around the globe, the Archimedes Palimpsest Project...

U.S. Leaders Mark St. Andrew’s Day

Washington, D.C. policy makers, think-tank professionals, diplomats, aid workers, members of Congress, and concerned citizens from all faiths, participated in the Second Annual Saint...

Thesmophoria: An Ancient Greek Thanksgiving Celebration

Thanksgiving day is celebrated primarily in the United States and Canada. Traditionally it has been a time to give thanks for a bountiful harvest, something...

St. Louis Conference on Macedonia’s Liberation

Historians from the U.S., Canada and Greece will present a lecture on Greece and the Balkan Wars: 100 Years from the Liberation of Macedonia...
Christopher Columbus may be Greek

Columbus Day: Was Christopher Columbus Greek?

Columbus Day, a nationally recognized federal holiday, falls on Monday, Oct. 8 this year.  Columbus Day remembers explorer Christopher Columbus’ long journey across the Atlantic Ocean to...

The First Greek School in the United States Opened in 1776

Οn the occasion of today’s celebrations for the Three Holy Hierarchs, the patron saints of education and letters, the Greek language is being praised...

Greek-American Who Fought in WWII Remembers OXI Day 71 Years Ago

Aris Anagnos was born in Greece and came to the States in 1946 after having served in the Greek army in World War II....

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