The National Herald

Tuesday, July 22, 2014 @ 13:22 PM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos

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Barriers Gone at Ground Zero

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NEW YORK - It's hard to believe that almost 13 years have gone by since that terrible day - September 11, 2001. But while the Freedom Tower will not have

One Year in Kythera

Book Launch For One Year In Kythera

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NEW YORK – When Kristina Williamson first ventured to the island of Kythera as a Fulbright Scholar, the wary natives referred to her as the “Amerikanida,” but after getting

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New Edition of Greek Americans

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NEW YORK – The aphorism, “To see where you are going, you must know where you came from,” applies to individuals and groups alike. Those interested in the future of

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UPDATED Queens BP Holds Hearing on Hallet's Cove Development on July 17

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NEW YORK – Queens Borough President Melinda Katz presided over an intense but civil hearing on July 17 on a major residential real estate development project in Northwest Queens called

Amb. Mark Wallace responds to question by Ellie Cohanim.

AJC NY Reaches out to Community

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NEW YORK – There are times when communities hold meetings that coincide with external events which remind participants of the value of the time, talent, and treasure they donate to

(L-R) IsaiahZ Chabla, former UN Amb. of Zambia,  Amb. Vasilios Philippou, Consul General of Cyprus, Michelle Kidwell and Andrew Novo.

National Arts Club in New York Lecture Presents Constantinople Lecture

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NEW YORK –  Ancient cities evoke mystery by virtue of the people, artifacts and events associated with them. Unfortunately, they are veiled mainly by ignorance. The Archaeology Committee of The

Michael Jaharis eulogizes his dear friend and colleague Emanuel Demos.

UPDATED - Community Bids Farewell to Emanuel Demos

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NEW YORK – Respect, reverence and love filled the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity as family, friends and representatives of the Greek-American community bade farewell to Emanuel Demos. Beneath

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New HACC Board Introduced in NY

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NEW YORK – The Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce (HACC) introduced its new Executive Board members at a Cocktail Party hosted by Lou Katsos and Michael Theodorobeakos at Manhattan’s Russian

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House Across from St. Demetrios Cathedral Engulfed in Flames

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NEW YORK – A two alarm fire broke out in a private home directly across the street from St. Demetrios Cathedral at 9:40 AM and was quickly brought under control

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Stephanopoulos Named Chief Anchor at ABC News - UPDATED

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NEW YORK – When Diane Sawyer ends her tenure as the anchor of ABC’s evening newscast in August, her duties will be shared by David Muir and George Stephanopoulos, ABC’s