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Womenemies: Greek-American’s Brave Account for Women’s Empowerment Becomes Best Seller

Greek-American attorney Marilena Fallaris’ new book “Womenemies” is a lot like a girls’ night out, where you get together with your best friends and...
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Leadership 100 Moves Forward Marking New Decade at 2020 Conference

The 29th Leadership 100 Annual Conference, which ran from February 20 to 23 at The Breakers in Palm Beach, Florida, was the most successful to date, seeing a record attendance of 525 members and their guests.
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Greek Americans Commemorate Greek Jewry Who Perished in Holocaust

The Consulate General of Greece in New York organized an event ahead of International Holocaust Remembrance Day (January 27th) dedicated to the memory of...

Greek-American Alex Karras Selected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

Greek-American defensive tackle Alex Karras, who played on the Detroit Lions football team, was selected posthumously to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in...

Newest Statue in Salt Lake City Honors Late Greek American Vasilios Priskos

Vasilios Priskos, the late Greek American developer who shaped the way downtown Salt Lake City looks was honored with a statue in the capital...

US President Donald J. Trump Impeached by Congress

Donald J. Trump, has become the third US president in history to be impeached by the House of Representatives. An upcoming trial in the Senate...

The Greek Soldier Who Became an American Icon in WWII

The unlikely story of the life of Evangelos Klonis reads like a novel of adventure and heroism. It is the story of a Greek...

New Project Will Form Archive of Greek-American Music (video)

The new "Greek Music in America Archives Project," funded by the National Endowment for the Arts in 2019-2020, will be the first-ever comprehensive and publicly-accessible...
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Tom Carvel, The Greek Who Introduced Soft Ice Cream to America

Let's face it, we all love ice cream -- and some of us are very fond of soft ice cream. Yet it is not...

Demetre Daskalakis, The Radical Greek-American Doctor Fighting AIDS in New York

Dr. Demetre Daskalakis has been described as the doctor partly responsible for the decreasing rates of HIV in New York City. This is no...

New Exhibit Celebrates the Greek Community of Lowell, Massachusetts

The Greek community of Lowell, Massachusetts, one of the first and largest in the United States, is being celebrated through an exhibit taking place...

Washington Oxi Day Foundation Honors Distinguished Greek-American John P. Calamos

The Washington Oxi Day Foundation will honor John P. Calamos, Sr. for his service to the United States in the Vietnam War and to the...

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