Chicago’s Historic Patio Theater Has Greek Roots; Will Reopen Soon

Chicago’s historic Patio Theater, shuttered for the last 10 years, is currently under renovation and soon will reopen under second generation management. Demetri Kouvalis grew...
Twice A Stranger

‘Twice a Stranger’ Documentary Presented at University of Illinois

“Twice a Stranger,” a documentary about the most significant forced population exchanges in the 20th century was recently presented by the Modern Greek Studies department at...

Harvard University, Program of Modern Greek Studies, a history of the Program

The teaching of Modern Greek language and literature at Harvard dates back to 1828, when Colonel Alexander Negris, a veteran of the Greek War...

Chicago's Greektown Comes Alive with Kouzina

Day 2 of the National Hellenic Museum's Kouzina kept the buzz going, as a sold-out crowd gathered for a Premium Dinner, from Food Network...

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...

Rare Chalkidian Helmet at Hixenbaugh Ancient Art

Hixenbaugh Ancient Art in New York has on display a rare ancient Greek Bronze Chalcidian helmet. This perfectly preserved helmet is one of only four...

Lecture on Byzantium at the Westfield Greek Orthodox Church

Τhe Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church at 250 Gallows Hill Road in Westfield, New Jersey, will host a lecture on the Byzantine Empire and...

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...

A History of Greek-American Radicalism

Greek immigrants were found in America as early as the late 19th century, chasing the American Dream. Many of them managed to make their...

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