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Kamarr - Emmanuel Kamarados - Letterman's Favorite Magician

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Emmanuel Kamarados (aka Kammar the Magician), who has appeared on the David Letterman Show a record 40 times, was invited by the host to be there yet

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Be Great Foundation Brings Chicago Hope For Children

By Anthe Mitrakos 0 comment

Inspired by the life of young Alexander Plotas, Be Great Alexander’s Foundation for Children raised $8,000 at a Chicago fundraiser.


Emmanuel Kamarados (aka Kammar) - Letterman's Favorite Magician

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – The sections on science and philosophy in history books speak of what the world has learned from Greeks about reality, but the Hellenes were pioneers in

Costas Constantinides, with his wife and son, take the oath of office from retired Speaker Peter F. Vallone, Sr.

Costas Constantinides' First Six Months

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – When the New York City Council passed Mayor Bill de Blasio’s first budget on time late in June, it was also the first budget passed during the

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Nancy Papaioannou Named President of Atlantic Bank

By TNH Staff 0 comment

Nancy (Athanassia) Papaioannou was unanimously appointed President of the Atlantic Bank division of New York Commercial Bank.


Reps. Bilirakis and Deutch Jointly Condemn Erdogan Ant-Israel Speech

By TNH Staff 0 comment

Washington, D.C. – The Co-Chairs of the Congressional Hellenic Israel Alliance, Representatives Gus Bilirakis and Ted Deutch, condemned Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s comments made in recent

The newly-opened Barba Yiannis taverna in Tarpon Springs hopes to bring back nighttime glendi to “America’s Greek island.”

Barba Yiannis Brings Nightlife Back to Tarpon Springs' Sponge Docks

By Constantinos E. Scaros 0 comment

TARPON SPRINGS, FL – It has been 18 years since I first discovered the wonderful town of Tarpon Springs, on Florida’s Gulf Coast, which I have since dubbed “America’s Greek

Steve Meyer is the youngest state legislature candidate in NY.

Greek-American Steve Meyer, 22, is Running for New York State Assembly

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – In a country angry at its representatives , the enthusiasm of youth, clear thinking, and a willingness to look for common ground with the other party –

Christina Salboudis

In the Spotlight: Christina Salboudis, founder of Philo4Thought

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While some philosophers love their ivory towers, many thinkers are also doers, working to apply what they have learned to making the world a better place, a small group or

The International Preschools facility at 345 East 86 st.

Teacher Fired After Citing Abuse at Manhattan Pre-School

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Mariangela Kefalas, an assistant teacher at the International Preschools on East 45th Street in Manhattan, saw something and said something. Her reward was a pink slip. In