The National Herald

Friday, May 22, 2015 @ 17:34 PM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos

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Betty Harlafti and Kyrenia Opera Concert Honors Famed Composer Theodorakis

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The Orpheus Foundation for Greek Music and the Arts and the Kyrenia Opera gave a concert marking the 90th birthday of renowned Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis.

(R-L) Matina Botulas, Marianthe Raptis, Efterpi, Amb. George and Anthousa Iliopoulos, Manos and Georgia Koubarakis, Maria Theophanidou, Magdalen Mavroudis, Leonidas Gelalis, Chrissy Maistrelis, Bobby Gelalis and Maria Bouliakoudi

Community’s Artists Exhibit at the Stathakion

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The Stathakion Hall of the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York was filled with works of community artists at an exhibition and sale.

Some of Valia Glytsis (2nd from L)    Maria Frantzis (2nd from R)

Hellenic Professional Woman Entertain and Inform “In and On” Style in NY

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Hellenic Professional Womeny hosted an evening of “shopping, styling and refreshments” at the J Crew store at Columbus Circle - with an educational air.


Artists of "SuppARTing Students" Feed Hungry Greek Children

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NEW YORK – It is a cliché, and not true of all, but “starving artists” is close enough to reality at some point in their lives to explain why


Dr. Ioannis Zervoudakis Honored by HMS

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NEW YORK – Dr. Ioannis Zervoudakis was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award and Dr. Katherine Hajjar, the keynote speaker, was aslo honored at the annual Dr. George Papanicolaou


St. Demetrios Students Honor Herald

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NEW YORK – As any successful person who is a parent would inform, the acknowledgement of peers is a wonderful thing, but there is nothing sweeter than expressions of


Moving and Entertaining Kazantzidis Concert in Manhattan Town Hall

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A New York concert in honor of the late beloved Greek singer Stelios Kazantzidis showed that few events are more enjoyable than a night of great Greek music.


Cyprus-U.S. Chamber Lauds Kramvis

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The Cyprus-U.S. Chamber of Commerce presented Andreas C. Kramvis, the Vice Chairman of industrial giant Honeywell, with its Distinguished Merit Award.

(L-R)  John Stratakis, Nicholas Kourides

George Tenet Fascinates and Informs at HACF’s Kourides Lecture

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NEW YORK – Former CIA Director George Tenet spoke about “Life in Public Service,” at the 2015 installment of the Peter T. Kourides Lecture Series of the (HACF) on


One Vision Realized, New Dreams Engendered at HCCS in Brooklyn

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PARK SLOPE – The sun was bright, but the smiles on the faces of the students were brighter still – like the future of the Hellenic Classical Charter School (HCCS)