Greeks Honored for Their Contribution to Greek Language

Three Greeks operating in the literary field were honored for their contribution in preserving the Greek language in the U.S. during this year’s Greek...
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Hidden Musical Code Found in Plato’s Texts

Years after Dan Brown's fictional bestseller "The Da Vinci Code" excited the imaginations of readers worldwide, researchers have been discovering hidden codes in several...

Scientists Recreate Night Sky in Ancient Greece, Find Poem Inspiration

Scientists from the University of Texas at Arlington have recreated the night sky in Ancient Greece and believe they discovered the inspiration behind a Sappho...

Athenians’ Society of New York Organizes 2nd Hellenic Diaspora Writers Book Expo

The Greek Diaspora wealth does not only stem from successful entrepreneurs and respected personalities but also from the people who involved themselves with letters, art,...

Book Review: ‘The Olympian Star’ by Andreas George

Courage, drama, visits to world cultural centers and the indomitable Olympian spirit of a young woman of Greek-Spartan and Seminole Indian heritage from Southern Florida...

Novelist Christopher Bollen’s New Novel Takes Place on Patmos island

“The Destroyers,” Christopher Bollen's latest book, is a thriller that takes place on the Greek island of Patmos, where the Book of Revelations is...

Marianne Vardalos Pens Children’s Book

Greek-Canadian author Marianne Vardalos has penned a new children's book, What's Up With Princesses? The non-fiction tale centers on Zuzu, who after being called a...

Kelly Andria’s New Romance Novel a Modern Fairytale

A neurotic gallery owner. An artist making his debut with a phallic show. A chef with a chance to make or break at a...

New York 2016: The Continuity of Greek Culture

Greek Letters Day on January 30, 2016 celebrates the Three Hierarchs of the Orthodox Church: St. Basil the Great, St. Gregory the Theologian, and...

Byzantine Manuscript from Mt. Athos Returned to Greece

A priceless 10th century Byzantine manuscript which was stolen from Mount Athos over 50 years ago and was then bought by Duke University, was...

St. Paul’s Letters on iPad, iPhone

The University of Michigan Library’s most famous papyrus, known to scholars as Papyrus 46 or P46, now is widely available in the form of...

Memory and Wisdom at ‘Geros Tou Morea’ Book Presentation

The 'Geros Tou Morea Chapter #1' of the Pan Arcadian Federation of America held a successful book presentation on Tuesday, March 10, at 2...

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