The National Herald

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 @ 23:03 PM EDT

Constantine S. Sirigos

Greek student rebels at the Athens Polytechnic junta resistance in 1973

“The Rehearsal” - Dassin Classic About Polytechnic Uprising – Screened in NY

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NEW YORK – There have been occasions to wonder whether non-Greeks care more about some Greek matters than Greek-Americans, but the screening of Jules Dassin’s film “The Rehearsal” which filled


Youth, and a Mentor, Look to Greek Music’s Future in America

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NEW YORK – Grigoris Maninakis is the founder and lead singer of the Mikrokosmos Ensemble that has been entertaining Greek-Americans in New York with the best of the homeland’s music


Hellenic Relief Foundation Concert Raises Money for Needy in Greece

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NEW YORK – The Hellenic Relief Foundation filled the Sumas Community Center of the Sts. Nicholas and Constantine and Helen Church in Roseland, NJ on December 13 with musicians and

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Bareburger: A Tale of Hellenic Entrepreneurship Presented by HABA in NY

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NEW YORK – Dostoyevsky said “beauty will save the world,” but nobody really knows what he meant. Listening to dynamic young businesspersons like Euripides Pelekanos CEO of the Bareburger

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The Very Greek Greek Jews of Manhattan’s Lower East Side

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NEW YORK – As Greek and Jewish-Americans, friends and colleagues for a century, discover how much they have in common in the wake of the deepening of relations between Greece,


Chian Federation Bestows Homeric Award on Archbishop Demetrios

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ASTORIA – The guests at the 35th Homeric Award Dinner of the Chian Federation packed its Cultural Center on December 7 to honor the 2014 recipient, Archbishop Demetrios of America. The

(L-R)  Thomas Dushas, Costas Papademetriou, Joseph C.  Kean, James B. Zafiros and Zachary Marantis.

AHEPA Chapter 405 of New Rocelle, NY Honors Veterans, Welcomes Youth

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RYE, NY – The 12th annual initiation and luncheon of AHEPA’s James Plevritis Evzone Chapter # 405 of New Rochelle shined with hope for the future of the Greek-American community.


HMS of NY Gala Spotlights Current and Future Stars of Medicine and Science

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NEW YORK – That the Annual Scholarship Gala of the Hellenic Medical Society (HMS) in the Ballroom of the New York Palace on December 6 was a sold out affair


Museum without Walls: Greek-Americans in the “Other” Washington

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SEATTLE, WA – In New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and various other cities and towns along the Eastern seaboard, “Washington” is often associated with our nation’s capital, the District of

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St. Nicholas Feast Day 2014 at Ground Zero; Construction Three Months Away

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NEW YORK – One day before the Feast Day of St. Nicholas much of Ground Zero was a hive of construction activity near the site of the New St. Nicholas