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Prof. Stathis Kalyvas of Yale: What Happened to Greece, What's Next?

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

Yale University Professor Stathis N. Kalyvas has written an insightful article in Foreign Affairs about Greece's state and what will happen next.


TNH Survey Hails Greeks Abroad

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Based on the data of the second TNH/GPO poll, the September 20 election’s outcome remains uncertain. A lot can happen in the remaining days, for sure. The important thing is: who

President Barack Obama poses for a photograph with Oregon National Guardsman, from left, Alek Skarlatos Air Force Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, and Anthony Sadler, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2015, to honor them for heroically subduing a gunman on a passenger train in Paris last month. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Oval Office Welcome for Skarlatos Followed by Pentagon Fete - UPDATED

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WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama has welcomed to the Oval Office the three young Americans who thwarted an attack on a Paris-bound passenger train last month. The three subdued a

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Michael and Kitty Dukakis Still Changing Lives for the Better - UPDATED

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

BOSTON, MA – Since 1963, Katharine Dixon Dukakis, better known as “Kitty,” faithfully stood by the side of her husband, whom she had just married, who was just

attends The 2016 Official Miss America After-Party at  on September 13, 2015 in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Greek-American Betty Cantrell is Crowned New Miss America for 2016

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Miss Georgia Betty Cantrell, named Baciliky (Vasiliki) after her Greek grandmother, has been crowned Miss America for 2016.

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TNH Brings Hellenic Happenings From Coast-to-Coast

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The National Herald provides coverage across the country and this report stretches from Detroit and Washington, D.C to Little Rock, Arkansas.

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New York Greek-American Asst. Principal Accused of Affair with HS Student

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LONG ISLAND CITY - Pelagia "Pelly" Papoutsis, a 33-year-old Assistant Principal at William Cullen Bryant High School in Long Island City, was removed from her position on September 4 pending


Hellenism’s “Power and Pathos” on Display at Getty Museum

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BRENTWOOD, CA – An exhibition of ancient artwork titled “Power and Pathos: Bronze Sculpture of the Hellenistic World” recently opened at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Brentwood, CA, the Los Angeles


Catsimatidis Greek Birthday With Great Food, Dancing and Breaking Plates


SOUTHAMPTON – Greek-American businessman, radio show host, and 2013 NYC Mayoral Candidate John Catsimatidis celebrated his 67th birthday in style – the style of Greece, that is. Family and friends

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How Greeks Rebuilt New Orleans after Katrina

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

NEW ORLEANS, LA – When Greek-Americans and Greek throughout the world think about Greek communities in the United States, New York City’s Astoria, Chicago’s Greektown, and Florida’s Tarpon Springs