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Informative and Entertaining, Greek Agricultural Producer Event a Hit in NY

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Simple economics dictates that one of the im portant paths out of the Greece crisis is exports, especially, in the beginning, a gricultural products. The rising global respect for the Mediterranean

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There’s a Reason They Are Called Patients


HOUSTON, TX – I have a mammogram every spring. The preparation is the same. No lotion. No perfume. No deodorant. It is an uncomfortable exam, but the alternative


State Senators Pappas, Raptakis Urge U.S. Action On Greece Crisis

By TNH Staff 0 comment

R.I. State Senator Leonidas Raptakis joined with Minn. Senate President Sandy Pappas asking their Congressional delegations to act on the Greek crisis.


Alma Mobile Cash Introduced

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ALMA Bank announced ALMA Mobile Cash, a technology product that allows customers to withdraw cash using their smart phone.

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Hellenic Initiative Hosts First Venture Fair in Athens; Greek-Americans Active

By Anthe Mitrakos 0 comment

ATHENS – Amid a financial crisis and teeter totting business environment of crippling uncertainty, The Hellenic Initiative (THI) has taken a leap for Greek entrepreneurship, hosting its first Venture Fair at the Hilton

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AHEPA Convention Shines in Frisco

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AHEPA hosted its 93rd convention at the San Francisco Hyatt hotel July 1-5, electing John Galanis of Elm Grove, Wisconsin as President.

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Constantinides Named Head of NYC Environmental Protection Committee

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New York City Council Member Costa Constantinides was appointed Chair of the Council Environmental Protection Committee, approved unanimously by the full City Council.

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Tourism Ministry Message to Visitors

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ATHENS - The Greek Ministry for Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping and Tourism has used social media to send messages to "reassure visitors to Greece that hotels, restaurants, shops and supermarkets have adequate


Top Community Economists Weigh-in on Greek Crisis Developments

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Hellenes are well-represented in the ranks of economists around the world – Christopher Pissarides won the Nobel Prize in 2010, and Greek-Americans among them have been monitoring


Dr. Apostolos Tambakis Makes Building Donation to St. Demetrios School

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Saint Demetriosl in Astoria, the only daily Greek-American secondary school in the United States, was given a building by orthopedic surgeon Dr. Apostolos Tambakis.