NEW YORK – Ethnikos Kyrix-National Herald, the people with roots in Elia in Peloponnesos and by extension, the whole Greek-American community, Greece, and Cyprus, celebrated the 100th anniversary of the
CRANSTON, RI – The Rhode Island Senate honoured the historic 100-year anniversary of continuous publication of Ethnikos Kyrix-National Herald with a special resolution which passed unanimously by the members of
ASTORIA – The unveiling of the statue of Sophocles at Athens Square Park in Astoria on March 4 was a moving event for two reasons. First, because it marked the
Greek Independence Parades were abound this week, the largest and most prominently-featured being the one along Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue.
With time energy and imagination, every Greek-American can discover ways to help his or her family and friends, and Greece as a whole, during the crisis.
NEW YORK In New York City, cinematographer George Mitas’ latest film, Back in the Day, is back in the news, as one of its stars, actor turned convicted felon Lillo Brancato
PHILADELPHIA, PA – “Greece is not a place, it is a spirit that guides us,” said Dr. Spiros Spireas, Guest of Honor and Eleftheria 2015 Medal Recipient of the Federation
NEW YORK - The pre-parade events have been delightful but the Greek-Americans of the New York Metropolitan Area cannot wait for the main event, with tens of thousands expected to
WASHINGTON, DC – President Obama issued the annual Presidential Proclamation honoring March 25, Greek Independence Day, by declaring it a national day of celebration of Greek and American Democracy. The
NEW YORK – Whether or not the annual gathering of Greeks and Philhellenes is crowned with sunshine, the flag raising at historic Bowling Green in Lower Manhattan is always a
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