Why Greek-Americans Are so ‘Churchy’ . . .

When visiting Greece, I am often asked by native-born Greeks why Greek-Americans are so ‘churchy’ – we sing in church choirs, attend church fairly...

Greek Archbishop of America: ‘Hagia Sophia Must Not Become a Mosque’

  Archbishop of America, Demetrios, expressed his deep concern over the statements of turning Hagia Sophia of Istanbul into a Muslim mosque. In a related announcement...

Why the 93rd Anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe Is Important Today

Greece is meeting the Syrian  humanitarian crisis with compassion.  On the 93rd Anniversary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe, we must remember the ancient Christian...

President Obama’s Ticking Greek Time Bomb Could Derail Campaign

Yet another American analyst is suggesting that Greece could be forced out of the Eurozone in the next few months and that it be...

Christmas shopping…

Consumerism is not solely an American plague. It's pretty much international -for those who can afford it or for those who can not afford...
Plato

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...

How Greek Are You? Take The Quiz

Growing up Greek outside of Greece sets you apart from others, like it or not. There are just so many things that define Greeks...

Will President Trump Force Greece Out of the Eurozone?

Trump’s presidency is likely to face its first Eurozone test within a few months with an imminent default by Greece on its outstanding obligations.

Lessons from the Shutdown and the Importance of Goal-driven Asset Allocation

By John P. Calamos* - The most recent U.S. debt ceiling debates and government shutdown have reminded us that uncertainty is unavoidable and often out...

Calamos Insights: “Politics & Prosperity”

Politics, the markets, and economic prosperity are intertwined. And in a global economy, the cause and effect relationships are also global because “capital goes to where it is treated best.”

The Greek, Armenian and Assyrian Genocides: An Inconvenient Truth

By Lucine Kasbarian* Recent articles in the mainstream media would have us believe that governments around the world somehow question the factuality of the 1915...

Greeks Like Movies Realistic, Americans Like Movies with Happy Endings

In general, Hollywood movies always contain a seamfree transition from pain to happiness and from injustice to a fair resolution. There’s trouble in paradise but it...

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