Greek Group Labeled Terrorists By U.S. State Department

U.S. officials Thursday designated the Sect of Revolutionaries in Greece as a global terrorist organization. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, together with the Justice and...

Hippocrates Found “Not Guilty” in Trial 2,300 Years After the Fact

Hippocrates, the father of medicine, was found "Not Guilty" last week at a Chicago's National Hellenic Museum (NHM) event as modern-day judges, lawyers and...

Greek Professor Sues Asbury University, Kentucky

John Charalambakis from Kentucky, is a former Asbury University professor and has sued the school and its top administrators for discrimination.  The administrators involved...

Papoulias Welcomes 102 Year-Old Author from Pennsylvania

The President of the Hellenic Republic, Karolos Papoulias welcomed Vasiliki Scotes, 102, to the Presidential Palace last month, congratulating her on her book...

N.Y. Greek-American Groups Mark 1973 Uprising

Greek-American organizations in New York celebrated the anniversary of the 1973 Athens Polytechnic uprising of students against the ruling military junta. A symbolic ceremony...

Comedic Play On Ancient Greece Staged in Montana

A recent play entitled “Once Upon A Time in Ancient Greece” won over crowds in Sidney, Montana, at the MonDak Heritage Center. Complete with murders, appeals...

U.S. Opposes to Hagia Sophia Being Converted to a Mosque

As it was estimated by OnAlert, the U.S. is opposing the plans of the Turkish government to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque so...

N.Y. Greek School Gets Eco Board Game

An effective way to educate children and schools about the need to protect the environment, was presented at the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy...

Gastronomy Expo at 28th Annual Hermes International Event in NYC

Greek cuisine has a culinary tradition some 4,000 years old, and it is an indelible part of the history and culture of Greece. Its flavors change with...

A Must See, Anthony Quinn Art Exhibit at National Hellenic Museum Chicago

Anthony Quinn was a prestigious actor who brought to life the unforgettable Zorba the Greek. However, acting was not the only creative outlet for...

Epiphany Celebration in Tarpon

On January 6, the coastal city of Tarpon will celebrate its 108th Epiphany ceremony. It is estimated that 25,ooo spectators will attend the largest...

First Greeks inaugurate visa-free travel to U.S.

Passengers leaving Athens on Delta Airlines' Wednesday morning flight for New York were no doubt surprised when U.S. Ambassador to Athens Daniel Speckhard suddenly...

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