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Eleni Kalmoukos Becomes New York’s Newest Greek-American Attorney


ALBANY, NY – On July 16 in New York State’s capital city, Albany, 151 new attorneys were sworn in: a process that culminates years of law school labor by awarding

Invading troops plant Turkish flag on Cyprus.

After 40 Years: Never Forget

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NEW YORK – Numerous public officials, Greek and Non-Greek alike, have issued statements marking the “Black Anniversary” – the 40th year of the illegal Turkish occupation of Cyprus. The remarks

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Barriers Gone at Ground Zero

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

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


Judge Garaufis Recuses Self

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BROOKLYN – Federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis has recused himself from William Lopez's $124 million lawsuit against New York City for his wrongful conviction in a 1988 Brooklyn murder. Lopez ended


Kimon Thermos Sworn in as Judge


NEW YORK – Kimon Thermos, the well-known lawyer from Astoria, was sworn in on July 10 as Judge of the Housing Part of the Civil Court of the City of

Tarpon Springs’ historic Sponge Docks

Greek Gods Breathe Meltemia onto Tarpon Springs’ Night in the Islands

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

TARPON SPRINGS, FL – Florida vacationers – particularly long-term ones – are commonly known as “snowbirds.” They migrate down to the Sunshine State for the winter, any time after Thanksgiving

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

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

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

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PSEKA Holds 30th Meeting in Washington

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WASHINGTON, DC – More than 100 representatives of Greek- and Cypriot-American organizations gathered in Washington, DC this week for the 30th Annual Cyprus and Hellenic Leadership Conference hosted by the

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Greek’s Lower West Side Newspaper Uses “N-word” to Make a Point

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

NEW YORK – The Westside News, a monthly newspaper serving Manhattan’s Lower West Side published by Greek-American George Capsis, has been making national headlines ever since its July issue went

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Greece Immune in Marine Missing Heart Suit

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The family of a U.S. Marine whose body came back from Greece without his heart can't pursue claims against Greece, a federal judge ruled.