The faculty of the Theological School alerts the Archbishop about losing accreditation

By Theodore Kalmoukos -

BOSTON - The faculty of the Holy Cross School of Theology wrote a letter dated March 8, 2019 addressed to Archbishop Demetrios of America and to the chairman …

Golden Visas, Airbnb Replacing Tenants with Tourists, Investors in Greece

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From the grimy, graffiti-filled anarchist stronghold of Exarchia, to the new trendy area neighborhood of Koukaki under the Acropolis with views of the Parthenon, whole swathes …

Eleni Giannopoulou’s Impressive First Solo Art Exhibition in NY

By Eleni Sakellis -

NEW YORK – Art has the power to communicate what is often difficult to express in mere words. Artist Eleni Giannopoulou spoke with The National Herald …

Turkish, Greek Ministers Meet with “Positive Agenda”

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ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — The defense chiefs of Turkey and Greece could soon meet as part of confidence-building measures aimed at reducing tensions between the NATO …

GreekTech Talks: A Business’ Transition from Greece to the U.S.

By Vasilis Voultsos -

NEW YORK – Entrepreneurship, investment, and new growth opportunities for young professionals and their firms in the context of globalization were the topics of a fascinating …

Holy Synod Rejects Church-State Deal, Calls for Dialogue

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ATHENS - The Holy Synod, the Church of Greece's administrative body, called for continued dialogue with the state but took a strong stand against any changes …

Lifeline Hellas Humanitarian Dinner on Occasion of International Women’s Day

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ATHENS – The Lifeline Hellas Humanitarian Organization held a Humanitarian Dinner on the occasion of International Women’s Day in aid of the State Hospitals in Greece …

Respecting Elders: Maya Angelou Clip Sparks Courtesy Debate

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NEW YORK (AP) — Put a handle on it. If you don't know what that means, you might not call elders by "Mr.," ''Miss" or "Mrs.," insist …

Greece Still One of World’s Gateways for Counterfeit Goods

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Occasional busts by Greek police of counterfeit goods rings hasn't helped the country's ranking or reputation for letting street sellers peddle fake goods, with the country …

3+1 Summit Issues Joint Statement on Collaboration in East Mediterranean

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Greece, Cyprus and Israel, along with the United States, confirmed on Wednesday their commitment to promoting peace and stability in the eastern Mediterranean region, in a …

A Greek-American Family Fills Boston Area with Gyro City Restaurants

By Theodore Kalmoukos -

BOSTON – Demetrios and Penny Christoforou have dotted the state of Massachusetts and the beautiful city of Boston with a chain of Greek restaurants featuring authentic …

Books to Honor the Memory of Speros Vryonis, Jr.

By Eleni Sakellis -

Renowned Greek-American historian, professor, and author Speros Vryonis, Jr. passed away on March 11 at the age of 90 in Sacramento. Professor Vryonis was born on …

ND leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis during EPP's summit in Brussels, Thursday, March 21, 2019. (Photos by ND Press Office/Dimitris Papamitsos via Eurokinissi)

Citizens will Vote for a New Europe in the Elections, ND Leader Mitsotakis Says

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Main opposition New Democracy (ND) leader Kyriakos Mitsotakis sent a message on the European elections on Thursday from Brussels expressing the certainty that 'the citizens …

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Professor James Skedros of Holy Cross Lectures on History of Great Lent

By Theodore Kalmoukos - March 21, 2019

BOSTON – Professor James Skedros, former Dean of Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology delivered a thoughtful and informative lecture at the St. Philip […]

Novartis Probe Finds No Evidence Greek Politicians Bribed

By TNH Staff - March 21, 2019

The Swiss pharmaceutical company Novartis said an internal investigation hasn’t produced any evidence that bribes were paid to 10 Greek politicians who are rivals of […]

Growing Match-Fixing Probe in Tennis Snares More Players

By Associated Press - March 21, 2019

PARIS (AP) — French police have questioned another batch of tennis players in a growing investigation into a match-fixing syndicate suspected of paying out hundreds […]

Cyprus Seeks EU Intelligence Access for Migrant Screening

By Associated Press - March 21, 2019

NICOSIA (AP) — Cyprus’ interior minister says he has asked the European Union for access to its security intelligence network in order to better screen […]

Karvouna Mezze, a Traditional Greek Restaurant that Awakens Memories 

By Yanna Katsageorgis - March 21, 2019

NEW YORK – Just as I was standing in line outside the New Museum on the Bowery between Soho and the Lower East Side to […]

Greek Films at the 9th Annual Queens World Film Festival, March 21-31

By Eleni Sakellis - March 20, 2019

ASTORIA – The 9th Annual Queens World Film Festival (QWFF) held its press event on March 18 at the Museum of the Moving Image (MoMI) […]

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