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Pennsylvania’s Greeks Like to Party in the Fall, Extending Greek Festival Season

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

READING, PA – Greek Festival Season, at least in the New York Metropolitan Area, is in the springtime. Usually, churches hold their annual feasts sometime between mid-May and mid-June. One

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FULL REPORT: Rep. Maloney and Di Iorio Debate At TNH

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – There were moments when the debate hosted by The National Herald on October 30 between Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and challenger Nick Di Iorio, liberal Democrat and moderate

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FULL REPORT: Rep. Carolyn Maloney And Nick Di Iorio Debate At TNH

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – There were moments when the debate hosted by The National Herald on October 30 between Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney and challenger Nick Di Iorio, liberal Democrat and moderate

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GOP's Catsimatidis Gave Democrats $50,000

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Billionaire Greek-American businessman John Catsimatidis donated $50,000 to help Democrats try to take control of the State Senate.

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Archbishop Demetrios Talks to The National Herald About Cyprus Trip

By Theodore Kalmoukos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Archbishop Demetrios of America in an exclusive interview with TNH called his official visit to Cyprus one of “love, respect and honor for the great heroic island

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Beware of Greeks Bearing Fans: the Florida Gubernatorial Debate

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

DAVIE, FL – Since the infamous monthlong recount following Election Day 2000, Florida has earned the unenviable reputation of being arguably the nation’s most bizarre state when it comes to

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Debunking the Myth that “Men are Paid More than Women”

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

As Election Day 2014 nears, it is still not too late to debunk a myth that has been furiously circulating over the past year or two, that “men are paid

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Rep. Gus Bilirakis Leads Congressional Delegation to Greece and Cyprus

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

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

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Detroit's Greektown Casino Will Receive $60 Million Renovation

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By Sherri Welch - Courtesy Greektown Casino DETROIT - Athens Acquisition LLC, whose sole shareholder is Quicken Loans founder Dan Gilbert, is investing $50 million to $60 million on the renovations

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State Senator Michael Gianaris Steadily Rises in New York

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

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