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Sunday, September 21, 2014 @ 08:03 AM EDT

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Xylouris White New CD Has Soul

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NEW YORK – Everything happens for a reason, unless it is an accident. It is not known what became of the mutual friendships that brought together George Xylouris, a Cretan

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Kikis and Colleagues Mine Canabis

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NEW YORK – The search for substances that will cure or alleviate disease – whether they are found in nature or synthesized by scientists – is urgent and potentially

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Greek-Americans Back Tillis in Big No. Carolina Senate Race

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The hottest political race in the country may be in North Carolina. The battle between incumbent U.S. Senator Kay Hagan and State House Speaker Thom Tillis may determine whether the

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The Greek Secret: Video About “Philotimo” Goes Viral - UPDATED

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NEW YORK – The earth is littered with the remains of nations that have had their moment in the sun but whose names are long forgotten. The Greeks are among

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Economist Editor Tells HABA Greece OK

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NEW YORK – The Hellenic American Bankers Association (HABA) kicked off the community’s fall season of events with a presentation by John Micklethwait, the Editor-in-Chief of The Economist magazine, on

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Greek-Americans and Friends Help Amani Global Works

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NEW YORK - The ability to shine a spotlight on the faces of injustice and philanthropy is a great gift and responsibility. Soterios Johnson, the host of NPR’s Morning Edition

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Nikolaos Tezapsidis, PhD and New Approaches to Alzheimer’s

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NEW YORK – The path to great scientific discoveries is rarely a direct one – which makes the work of people like Nikolaos Tezapsidis, PhD, and Neurotez, Inc. the biotech

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Legal System's Shortcomings Not Academic for Professor Anthony Pappas

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NEW YORK – Few Americans get tangled up in full blown court proceedings. When they do, all they ask for is fairness, their voice to be heard, and some compassion.

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Kate Pappas Kicks off Life With Team USA Soccer Star Kyle Beckerman

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NEW YORK – “Everything happens for a reason,” they say. But it could be God or nature – or just a coincidence. Kate Pappas can’t put her finger on what

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Blue Dream: Helping Africa's Poor

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Seventy percent of funds raised by the 400 guests and benefactors at the 4th Blue Dream gala of Kimisis Church of the Hamptons gala will benefit the mission of Amani