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Demystifying Suicide: How You Can Help Save a Life

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Dr. Elizabeth Marmaras The recent death of Robin Williams has left many of us deeply sad and puzzled as to the reasons someone with a loving family, friends, international fame, abundant

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Man on Moon and Other Miracles in Houston, On Edge, Not Heart, of TX

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By Dr. Constantina Michalos HOUSTON, TX – I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease in 1998 and, with regular monitoring by a team of doctors and daily fistfuls of meds, everything

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Missing Boy, Steven Lagos, Found

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Steven Lagos, a 15 year-old student at Fort Hamilton High School who went missing on Wednesday, October 1, has been found.

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Gala Raises $2 Million-PLUS for Greece

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – A veritable Who’s Who of the Greek-American business community filled the Anie Gund Garden Lobby of the Museum of Modern Art for the second annual banquet of

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Father George Anastasiou of Transfiguration in Corona Named NYPD Chaplain

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Father George Anastasiou, the pastor of the Church of the Transfiguration of Christ in Corona, Queens, seen above with Presbytera Aliki Anastasiou and Gorge Venizelos, the FBI’s Assistant Director

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New York City Planning Commission  Approves Astoria Cove Development 

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ASTORIA – The Astoria Cove housing development was approved by the City Planning Commission  September 29.  The next step is a vote by the City Council, which will take place

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Greek-American Giant – Theodore Spyropoulos: 1939 - 2014

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CHICAGO, IL – “Isocrates, some 2300 years ago, defined a ‘Hellene’ not by one’s genealogical tree but as a person who partakes of the Hellenic Paideia – Education and Culture.”

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Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies Honored at City Hall

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NEW YORK – More than 16,000 students have profited from classes at Queens College’s Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies since its founding by Dr. Harry Psomiades in 1974

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HACC Panel on "State of Development, Design and Construction in NYC"

By Constantine S. Sirigos 0 comment

NEW YORK – Lou Katsos has developed a strong brand for the Development, Design & Construction Committee of the Hellenic American Chamber of Commerce (HACC). The guests who filled the

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Illinois Senator Mark Kirk (R) Speaks at Circle for Hellas and Israel Event

By Anthe Mitrakos 0 comment

CHICAGO, IL – As the United States and allies confront rising threats in the Middle East, U.S. Senator Mark Kirk (R-IL) stressed the significance of a Greece-Israel alliance at a