The National Herald

Thursday, November 27, 2014 @ 05:20 AM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos

(L-R) Michael Hartofilis, new president of the HLA, Anastasia Danias, Attorney of the Year Award recipient, NFL Senior Vice President and Chief Litigation Officer, with her son,  and George Venizelos,.

Community’s Lawyers Showcase Their Hellenism at Annual HLA Gala

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NEW YORK – At the lavish Pierre Hotel on Fifth Avenue and 61st Street in Manhattan across the street from Central Park, it was easy on the evening of November

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CVFromGreece Links Greek-Americans, Young Greeks With New Chances Abroad

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NEW YORK – Stefanos Kasselakis is one of those people who turn ideas into machines. Building the new Greece will take time, but young Greeks need opportunities now and countless

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St. Michael's Closes on New Home

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NEW YORK – The St. Michael’s home for the elderly, one of the most beloved institutions of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, took a giant step into the future

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Judge Harriet George–Virtue is its Own Reward, But There Can Be Bonuses

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NEW YORK – Listening to Judge Harriet Pavles George talk about of how her life’s path was laid out by her mother before kindergarten, one might conclude that she is

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Putin, Religion, Ukraine Panel at Orthodox Christian Study Center

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Russian President Vladimir Putin has emerged at a great enigma in foreign affairs, and the Orthodox community can shed light on him.

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AGAPW Honors Judge Harriet George with Love and Praise

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NEW YORK – New Yorkers know that when the Association of Greek American Professional Women (AGAPW) invites a speaker or presents a musical program it will be a special night. When

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Skelos Back on Top in New York State Senate Amid National GOP Romp

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NEW YORK – On November 4th Dean Skelos was elected to the New York State Senate for the 16th time, for which he appreciates the support of his constituents, but

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John Steppling and Stephan Morrow Shake Up Audiences with Dogmouth

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NEW YORK – The audience did not know what to expect from Dogmouth, the movie adapted from the play written by John Steppling. Many of them had already acquired a

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Greeks and Jews Cross Paths, Make Common Cause After WWII

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NEW YORK – For most citizens of the nations on the winning side of WWII, the transition back to normal life was relatively simple, but for some Jewish Americans, the

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Cooperation and Common Sense Go a Long Way in the Community

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NEW YORK – Big things often begin when people question assumptions and look past what is apparent, and beyond their self-interest. Manny and Marina Katsoulas’ interest in helping people with