WASHINGTON , DC - The 4th annual gala of the Washington OXI Day foundation filled the magnificent Great Hall of the U.S. Institute for Peace with Greek-Americans and philhellenes
Constantine S. Sirigos
NEW YORK – Congressman Gus Bilirakis (R-FL) is a champion of the foreign policy issues that concern the Greek- and Cypriot-American communities. He works hard to develop support among his
NEW YORK – The exhibition space of Cyprus’ Consulate General was packed on October 21 for a lecture titled “Odysseas Elytis and Cyprus” by Prof. Marios Pourgouris. Amb.
ASTORIA – New York State Assemblywoman Aravella Simotas was very happy to introduce a man who needs no introduction in Astoria, State Senator Michael Gianaris. The occasion was a fundraiser
the N.Y City's zoning subcommittee has sent the Astoria Cove real estate development project in Western Queens back to the drawing board.
NEW YORK – Still basking in the glow of the ground blessing for the St. Nicholas shrine at Ground Zero at noon – Archbishop Demetrios of America called it a
NEW YORK – Greek and Cypriot-American community leaders, including a heartening turnout by young professionals, gathered for a fundraiser in Manhattan in support of the re-election of Congresswoman Niki Tsongas.
NEW YORK – The Greek American Behavioral Sciences Institute (GABSI) presented George Demacopoulos, PhD, co-Founder of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University for a discussion of the way
ASTORIA – Once upon a time in the Greek-American community in New York, its major institutions, especially those that catered to young professionals, could be counted on to surprise and
NEW YORK – When retired U.S. Senator George J. Mitchell introduced professor Constantine (Gus) Katsoris prior to presenting him with the Feerick Center for Social Justice’s Lifetime Public Service Award
October 21, 2014 By Constantinos E. Scaros Boardwalk Mythology: Hit TV Series Refers to Ancient Greece’s AlthaeaOctober 24, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Anastasiades Back In Brussels HospitalOctober 22, 2014 By Constantine S. Sirigos State Senator Michael Gianaris Steadily Rises in New YorkOctober 22, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Missing Amphipolis Sphinx Head FoundOctober 22, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Greece's Big Debtors Go Free
October 24, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Chef Jamie Oliver in AthensOctober 24, 2014 By Constantine S. Sirigos Hero Jouranalist James Foley Honored by Washington OXI DayOctober 24, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Panathinaikos Ties PSV Eindhoven, 1-1October 24, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Anastasiades Back In Brussels HospitalOctober 24, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Minister Didn’t Pay Health Insurance
January 22, 2014 By Constantinos E. Scaros The Tea May Be Losing its FlavorJanuary 10, 2014 By Antonis H. Diamataris Chris Christie’s Nixon Side Danger SignJanuary 23, 2014 By THE NATIONAL HERALD STAFF Soros Comes To The Rescue For GreeceJune 14, 2014 By ANTHE MITRAKOS The Dazzling DodecaneseDecember 4, 2013 By CONSTANTINE S. SIRIGOS No St. Nicholas Services at Ground Zero