Dan Georgakas Honored at NYC Greek Film Festival Tribute

By Eleni Sakellis -

NEW YORK – The New York Greek Film Festival Tribute to Dan Georgakas took place on October 20, at the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) Florence Gould Hall in Manhattan. …

Michael Katakis on 2 Rarely Seen Hemingway Stories Soon to Be Published

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NEW YORK (AP) — Two Ernest Hemingway stories written in the mid-1950s and rarely seen since will be published next year. The director of Hemingway's literary estate, …

Kyrenia Opera Presents The Art of Greek Song with Georgia Dagaki

By Eleni Sakellis -

NEW YORK – Kyrenia Opera with Artistic Director Constantinos Yiannoudes presented The Art of Greek Song with Georgia Dagaki and her lyre at Merkin Concert Hall in …

Tsitsipas First Greek Tennis Player to Win ATP Title

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STOCKHOLM (AP) — Stefanos Tsitsipas became the first Greek tennis player to win an ATP World Tour title when he beat Ernests Gulbis 6-4, 6-4 in …

Order of Saint Andrew Decries Israeli Bill Allowing Confiscation of Church Lands

By TNH Staff -

The Order of Saint Andrew issued the following statement decrying Israeli bill allowing for confiscation of church lands: "The Order of Saint Andrew, Archons of the Ecumenical …

The Cretan Association Omonoia NY Celebrates 100th Anniversary (Vid)

By Christodoulos Athanasatos -

ASTORIA – The Cretan Association Omonoia NY celebrated its 100th Anniversary on October 20 at the Kritiko Spiti in Astoria with traditional music of the iconic Cretan …

Kammenos Says He’ll Yank ANEL if FYROM Deal Comes to Vote

By TNH Staff -

ATHENS – Reiterating his insistence – which changes frequently – that he can't abide a name deal the ruling Radical Left SYRIZA made to rename the …

Greek Court Rejects Folli Follie’s Resort Seeking Protection from Creditors

By ANA -

ATHENS - A Greek court of First Instance on Monday rejected a resort by Folli Follie seeking protection from its creditors. The resort was rejected because Folli …

Turkey to Reveal Details of Probe into Khashoggi’s Killing

By Associated Press -

ISTANBUL (AP) — In a sign of growing pressure on Saudi Arabia, Turkey said it will announce details of its investigation into the killing of journalist …

The Neverending Trial of Golden Dawn in Limbo

By TNH Staff -

ATHENS – The trial of all the 15 lawmakers from the ultra-extreme right Golden Dawn Party and dozens of members on charges of running a criminal …

Our Everyday Greek: Spelling Tips for the Greek e’s: ΑΙ,αι, and Ε,ε

By Dimitra Pontoporou -

The letter Ε, ε and the diphthong ΑΙ, αι are both pronounced as the letter ε = e (-e-nergy). Are there any slight differences in their …

Archbishop Ieronymos Honors Late Philanthropist Santikos

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A foundation that received a $500,000 donation from the late Greek-American real estate developer and entertainment businessman John Santikos of Texas to do charitable work in …

Only US Companies Keen on Getting Hellenikon Casino Permit

By TNH Staff -

ATHENS – With the $8 billion project to redevelop the old Hellenikon International Airport into a high-end mixed-use scheme of commercial spaces, a marina, hotels and …

Don’t Mess With Texas: Houston’s Greek Festival Roars On

By TNH Staff -

This year’s Original Greek Festival in Houston was held at the newly renovated Annunciation Greek Orthodox Cathedral and was a feast of Greek food, music, dancing …

Photos show excavation trenches in the south and southeastern section of the hill, on the edge of the caldera, in the area "Kimissi Thirassias". (Photo by Culture Ministry via Eurokinissi)

Piece of Olive Tree on Thirasia Changes Santorini Volcano Explosion Dates

By ANA -

The dating of a piece of olive tree found on Thirasia will move the dating of the explosion of Santorini's volcano a few decades later …

Nomiki Konst, Anti-Corruption Champion, Runs for New York City Public Advocate

By Constantinos E. Scaros - October 22, 2018

NEW YORK – We last featured Nomiki Konst on the front page of our March 19, 2016 edition (“Nomiki Konst: the Face of 2016 Politics […]

Boat Sinks off Turkish Coast: 2 Migrants Killed, 20 Rescued

By Associated Press - October 22, 2018

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey’s state-run news agency says coast guards have rescued some 20 people after a boat carrying migrants sank off Turkey’s Aegean […]

AEK Faces Bayern Munich, Madrid Needs Win in Champions League

By Associated Press - October 22, 2018

BERLIN (AP) — Three-time defending champion Real Madrid is in crisis after four defeats in five games as it returns to the Champions League on […]

Restoring Ferry Between Greece, Cyprus, Needs 5M Euros EU Subsidy

By TNH Staff - October 22, 2018

Any chance of bringing back a ferry linking Greece with Cyprus would need at least 5 million euros ($5.76 million) a year to cover losses […]

From an Ancient Olive Tree to Local Products in NE Crete

- October 22, 2018

By Lisa Radinovsky, If you visit northeast Crete, venture beyond the resorts of Agios Nikolaos and the unique palm forest next to Vai Beach. Discover an […]

Friendship and Eros at Aristotle’s Lyceum, Oct. 21

By ANA - October 21, 2018

ATHENS – “Talking about friendship and eros,” an event of the Athens Ephorate of Antiquities, will take place at the ancient site of Aristotle’s Lyceum […]

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