The National Herald

Thursday, July 30, 2015 @ 01:58 AM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos


N. Chios Society Pelineon Celebrates Island Heritage & Feast of St. Markella

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A few times a year in New York State’s Sullivan County it feels like one is closer to a Greek village than the village of Monticello.


Another Dark Anniversary for Cyprus, But Light Appears in Tunnel, Unity Hope

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Some 41 years have now passed since Turkey’s invasion and occupation of Cyprus but it's not been forgotten by those most affected.

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Rep. Maloney Outraged By Troika Threats

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New York Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney has blasted what were said to be security threats against Greece by its international lenders during bailout talks.

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Gus Constantine’s “Escaping Cyprus” Shouts: “Never Forget”

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NEW YORK – Achilleos Argyros. Yiannis Zouvannis. Those are the first and last names on a notorious list: the 1,587 men and women missing after the illegal Turkish invasion


Uniquity Enjoys Peanuts, Crackerjacks, and Fellowship on Coney Island

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The Uniquity ministry of the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity had a blast,, fireworks and watching the Brooklyn Cyclones play.


How Community Can Drive More Investment to Cyprus and Greece

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Diaspora Greeks and Hellenes are playing a catalytic role for developments ranging from a casino project on Cyprus to investments Greece.

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Penelope Karageorge’s Poetry Book The Neon Suitcase is Packed With Gems

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Karageorge’s Island Inferno grabs one with its title and with its opening line: “Greece makes you sweat for its beauty.”


Informative and Entertaining, Greek Agricultural Producer Event a Hit in NY

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NEW YORK – Simple economics dictates that one of the im portant paths out of the Greece crisis is exports, especially, in the beginning, a gricultural products. The rising global respect for the Mediterranean


Fordham the Scene of Conference on Orthodoxy's 2016 Great and Holy Council

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NEW YORK – The Orthodox Theological Society of America (OSTA) and the Orthodox Christian Studies Center (OCSC) of Fordham U niversity co-sponsored and presented a “Conference in Preparation for the Great and Holy Council of the


Top Community Economists Weigh-in on Greek Crisis Developments

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NEW YORK – Hellenes are well-represented in the ranks of economists around the world – Christopher Pissarides won the Nobel Prize in 2010, and Greek-Americans among them have been monitoring