The National Herald

Tuesday, June 30, 2015 @ 21:20 PM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos

on Saturday, June 20, 2015, the Greek Orthodox Church of the Hamptons held a summer concert in honor of Dr. Nikitas Kessaris performed by Bianchi Musica.  The concert was sponsored by the Kessaris Family and held in The Muses.

Church of Kimisis in Hamptons Concert in Memory of Dr. Nikitas Kessaris

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NEW YORK – One of the most beautiful ways to say “eternal be the memory” of a departed loved one is to gather people to share in the

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HALC Launches Politics on the Rocks” Discussion Series in NY

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NEW YORK – The Hellenic American Leadership Council (HALC) invited members and friends to the inaugural “Politics on the Rocks” discussion series and The Attic Rooftop & Lounge in

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New Icons Transform Rye Church

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NEW YORK – The Church of Our Savior in Rye New York is more than a landmark of the Archdiocese of America; it is a spiritual oasis and a

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Loukoumi Turns 10

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NEW YORK – Everybody loves a birthday – other people’s at least – and everybody loves Loukoumi, the main character in the children’s book series by attorney Nicholas Katsoris

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Noted German Film Maker Herzong on Ancient and Modern Greece

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NEW YORK – In great cities like New York, everything comes together. On June 16 the television program LIVE From The New York Public Library (NYPL) and the Onassis

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Astoria Landmark Lefkos Pirgos Closes

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First I want to say a great big ‘thank you’ to the community for their support," Julie Pantazis said after the restaurant Lefkos Pirgos shut down.

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Much Ado About Bard for Kofinas

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NEW YORK – No argument is needed in favor of the classics. Shakespeare and the great Greek tragedians will be read until the end of time, but to get audiences

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Maria Prastakou turns 180DEGREES to North America

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NEW YORK – Success has always come from a blend of hard work and talent with good luck. Maria Prastakou is the founder and Managing Director of 180DEGREES, a

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Hellenic-American Cultural Foundation Lecture: Every Vase Has a Tale to Tell

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Joan R. Mertens spoke On the Art of Interpreting Greek Vases at a lecture presented by the Hellenic-American Cultural Foundation (HACF).

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Yeorgia Kafkoulis Win the 2015 Archimedes Award and Scholarship

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Straight A-s in high school and perfect scores on Advanced Placement exams helped Floridian Yeorgia Kafkoulis win the 2015 Archimedes Award.