Olympia Dukakis to Perform on Stage at the College of Central Florida

Academy Award-winning actress Olympia Dukakis will be joining other talented artists for the Ocala college's arts season. Her performance as 'Rose', a Jewish matriarch...

Giannis Antetokounmpo Sings National Anthem with Cleveland Greeks (video)

Giannis Antetokounmpo on Tuesday "rewarded" many lucky Cleveland Greeks by singing Greece's national anthem with them after scoring 40 points against the Cavaliers. The Milwaukee...

Greek Orthodox Priest Resigns

The Greek Orthodox Community of Tarpon Springs, USA was shocked to discover an e-mail, written by Father Anastasios Gounaris, the top religious leader at...

Seattle Celebrates Century-Long Greek Culinary Presence

Greek immigrants began to permanently settle in the American continent approximately at the end of the 19th century, with the majority choosing to live...

Priest and Greek Festival Starter George Papadeus Dies

Father George Papadeus, the first priest ordained by the Greek Orthodox Church in America, has died at age 93. Late Papadeus was the first to...

Archimandrite of Crete in Florida Removed from Post

The Holy Hmiatonomos Church of Crete in Florida under the Ecumenical Patriarch, removed Archimandrite Theophanes Lemonakis (photographed) from his position.  The Archimandrite had been...
Opening Opa-Locka-Earth Friendly Products

Gala Celebration for Earth Friendly Products’ New Plant Generates Anticipation, Enthusiasm & Its Own...

When Earth Friendly Products opens its sparkling new ultra green Southeastern Division manufacturing facility on Friday, Nov. 9, the heat in Miami will be...
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The Miraculous Story of St. Michael’s Shrine in Tarpon Springs

Saint Michael's Shrine, at 113 Hope St. in Tarpon Springs, Florida, is a place where faithful have reported miracles taking place for decades now....

First Greek School Opened in the US in 1776

Οn the occasion of today’s celebrations for the Three Holy Hierarchs, protectors of education and letters, the Greek language is being praised as a...
Re-trail of Orestes

Orestes Found Not Guilty in National Hellenic Museum’s Trial

On Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 at the UIC Forum, the National Hellenic Museum presented a mock trial of the ancient Greek mythological character, Orestes,...

Illinois Tech Invests J.D. Trout as John and Mae Calamos Endowed Chair in Philosophy

Illinois Institute of Technology recently invested J.D. Trout as the John & Mae Calamos Endowed Chair in Philosophy—the university’s first endowed chair in philosophy. Trout...

Congressman Bilirakis Flags Importance of Souda Bay in Letter to Secretary Mattis

U.S. Representative Gus Bilirakis (FL-12) appealed directly to Secretary of Defense James Mattis to emphasize the strategic value of the military base at Souda...

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