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There was one very annoying ad on my tv today. There's the beautiful lady and the suit-presentable-supposedly-sexy-guy and he is all mushy cause she's...

Love matters

Falling in love is an international trade. It happens everywhere. We all crave falling in love, one way or another. How we handle it,...

What Greece really needs from us right now

By Gregory Pappas An article I read on CNN.com prompted me to take stylus to iPad and begin writing this commentary. The article talked about...

The Current U.S. Interest in Cyprus: “Trust, but Verify”

The following is an Op-Ed by AHI President Nick Larigakis. In the past two months, we have witnessed unprecedented engagement on the Cyprus issue by...

Politically Correct Dating

Singles of any cultural background face the challenges of trying to date in the era of "political correctness". Don't get me wrong, us Greeks...
Reconstructing New York

Reconstructing: The New Reality of a New-Yorker

By Rygo Foss, Legal Counsel of Skyline Restoration Inc* - 2012 was filled with surprises having enormous implications on the construction industry. No shortage...

On Greek Time…

Specificity is not an everyday Greek practice. Sure, we Greeks are very specific about what we believe in, the football team we support, the...
Crimea

Crocodile Tears over Crimea…

Those in the West that shed their tears galore about Russia’s invasion in the Crimea, must cut the fanfare because they are as bad...

Our Problem is Indifference

By Aleco Haralambides, President American Hellenic Institute Some Greek-American news organizations have recently taken up a critical review of the so-called “Greek American Lobby” and...

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...

Does marrying a fellow Greek make life easier?

As a ‘seasoned’ individual, having experienced both sides of the Greek/non-Greek fence where marriage is concerned, I feel somewhat qualified to address this topic...

Award-winning Author: “Greek Disaster Could Have Been Avoided"

When Patricia V. Davis, author of Harlot’s Sauce: A Memoir of Food, Family, Love, Loss, and Greece was a divorced, foreign woman living in...

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