The National Herald

Thursday, August 28, 2014 @ 13:04 PM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos

Joe Torre, with his family and the Steinbrenner family in Monument Park.

Nice Guys Also Finish First: Take Joe Torre

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You don’t have to be a baseball fan to know that August 23 was a special day in sports, because the New York Yankees retired Joe Torre's #6.

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Una Faccia Una Razza – Greeks and Italians Have Common Flavors

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NEW YORK – The Italian American Museum Little Italy hosted “ Taste of Sicily – Healthy Eating Italian Style,” on August 7 featuring a presentation by Fiorella DiCarlo on both

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Author Basbanes Writes On Paper

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NEW YORK – The title of Nicholas Basbanes’ first book has entered popular usage. He coined the phrase “A Gentle Madness,” for his relationship with books, and his debut’s success

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Nancy Papaioannou: Hard Work and Teamwork Make Good Things Possible

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NEW YORK – When major responsibilities are thrust upon someone, like Nancy Papaioannou’s recent appointment as President of the Atlantic Bank of New York, it is good to be able

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UPDATED - Nancy Papaioannou Appointed New Atlantic Bank President

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NEW YORK – Fast upon her election as the first woman president of the Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce, Nancy (Athanassia) Papaioannou was unanimously appointed President of the Atlantic Bank

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Kamarr - Emmanuel Kamarados - Letterman's Favorite Magician

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NEW YORK – Emmanuel Kamarados (aka Kammar the Magician), who has appeared on the David Letterman Show a record 40 times, was invited by the host to be there yet

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Emmanuel Kamarados (aka Kammar) - Letterman's Favorite Magician

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NEW YORK – The sections on science and philosophy in history books speak of what the world has learned from Greeks about reality, but the Hellenes were pioneers in

Costas Constantinides, with his wife and son, take the oath of office from retired Speaker Peter F. Vallone, Sr.

Costas Constantinides' First Six Months

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NEW YORK – When the New York City Council passed Mayor Bill de Blasio’s first budget on time late in June, it was also the first budget passed during the

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Porphyra Rocks Greek History

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NEW YORK – When greedy landlords drive young artists out of Manhattan, places like Astoria reap the benefits – like the CD release show of Porphyra, the local heavy metal

Steve Meyer is the youngest state legislature candidate in NY.

Greek-American Steve Meyer, 22, is Running for New York State Assembly

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NEW YORK – In a country angry at its representatives , the enthusiasm of youth, clear thinking, and a willingness to look for common ground with the other party –