The National Herald

Monday, March 02, 2015 @ 23:04 PM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos

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HRF Sing-Along Taverna Night Raises Funds for Greece’s Neediest

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ASTORIA – The love of Greece and concern for its neediest recently drew Greek-Americans to the Stathakeion Cultural Center for the 3rdanniversary sing-along taverna night of the Hellenic Relief Foundation

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Clean Monday Benefit for Gennadius Library a Delicious Affair

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NEW YORK – For 15 years, Greek-Americans and philhellenes have made the first day of Lent an occasion for the support of Orthodox Christian and Hellenic Culture by attending the

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Mt. Sinai Queens Expansion Milestone: Ribbon Cut for Cancer Center

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ASTORIA – The ribbon cutting ceremony for the Mt. Sinai Queens (MSC) Infusion Center on February 27 was a harbinger of great things to come as the expansion and renovation

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Honeywell Vice Chairman Andreas Kramvis Speaks about Corporate Success

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MORRISTOWN, NJ – The Greek American Chamber of Commerce and the Association for Corporate Growth co-hosted a fascinating lecture by Andreas Kramvis, Vice Chairman of the industrial giant Honeywell,

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Economist Charles Calomiris offer Tsipras Orthodox and Radical Solutions

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NEW YORK – From the Ancient Greeks to modern-day Americans, those two cultures have been beacons of freedom and achievement. So, it should not come as a surprise that Greek-American

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HMS Prescribes Best Medicine – Joy

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NEW YORK – The Hellenic Medical Society (HMS) of NY welcomed the community to its annual Mardi Gras in the ballroom of Holy Trinity Cathedral on February 20. The kefi

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Greek Cypriot-American Economist Spotlights Cypriot Entrepreneurs

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NEW YORK –According to economist Marina Theodotou Cyprus has finally seen the light after failing to appreciate the entrepreneurial potential of it talented youth. Theodotou told TNH that during the past

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International Intellectual Sees Plot Vs. Syriza

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NEW YORK – The timing of the A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies at New York University could not have been better. As Greece’s new Tsipras government and its

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Onassis Lecture - Beauty: The Fortunes of an Ancient Greek Idea

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NEW YORK – Dr. David Konstan, Professor of Classics at NYU, spoke about his book Beauty: The Fortunes of an Ancient Greek Idea, at the Morgan Library in Manhattan on

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The Byzantine Musicologist Diane Touliatos Retires; Her Work Goes On

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Diane Touliatos is an internationally-renowned scholar in the areas of Ancient Greek music, Medieval Byzantine and Western music, and women composers.