Greek-American Man Arrested in Disappearance of Wife

A Greek-American man and his girlfriend were arrested on Sunday in the Connecticut town of New Canaan over the disappearance of his wife, who...

Greek Startup Helps Immigrants Obtain a Credit Score in the US

Nova Credit, a startup company co-founded and operated by Nicky Goulimis, is an innovative, new company that helps newcomers to the US build their...

Greek Scientist Invents System to Produce Oxygen on Mars

Konstantinos P. Giapis, a professor of chemical engineering at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) recently invented a completely innovative way of producing oxygen...
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Greektown: The Heart of Hellenism in Chicago

Chicago's Greektown, the dining and nightlife district on the city's Near West Side, is the undisputed cultural hub for the third-largest population of Greeks...

AHEPA Honors Fallen Heroes of America

The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (The Order of AHEPA) honored ''those who gave the ultimate sacrifice for freedom, democracy, and liberty'' at Arlington...

Greek Scientist’s Groundbreaking Research Against Cancer

Greek scientist Nikolas Nikolaidis and his students at California State University in Fullerton have discovered how a certain protein travels within stressed cells and...

Thousands Gather for the Greek Jewish Festival of NYC (video)

Thousands of New Yorkers turned up for the fifth annual Greek Jewish Festival, which took place in NYC's Lower East Side last weekend. Hosted by...

Greek-American Physician Uses Community Engagement to Help Baltimore Patients

Dr. Panagis Galiatsatos is a second-generation Greek-American whose innovative and groundbreaking work is helping Baltimore's community to thrive. Galiatsatos, the son of two Greeks who came...
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New Media Outlet Launched for the Greek-American Community

A newly-founded media production company in New York is aiming to offer news and cultural information adapted to the modern needs of Greek-American society. "Hellenic...

“Nick the Greek,” The Immortal “Gentleman of Gambling”

On Christmas Eve 1966, “Nick the Greek” took his last breath, leaving behind an almost-mythical life spent as the high-stakes “Gentleman of gambling.” Imagine America...

US Returns Looted Ancient Coins to Greece

The US Homeland Security Department repatriated ten Greek coins to the government of Greece on Tuesday, during a reception held at the Greek Consulate...

Chicago’s National Hellenic Museum Holds Annual Gala

The National Hellenic Museum (NHM), which is dedicated to collecting, preserving and portraying the legacy of Greek history and culture in America, held its annual...

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