GREENLAWN, NY – It’s an old rule in the Greek-American community: If you complain about something, be prepared to be assigned to fix it. […]
NEW YORK – Known to modern audiences mainly as names heard during classes in literature and history, the characters of the great dramatist Euripides once again […]
SOUTHAMPTON, NY – A unique fine art contemporary art exhibition aiming to promote a vision of Modern Greek civilization to the American public opened […]
LAS VEGAS, NV – The first season of renowned magician CRISS ANGEL’s show MINDFREAK on A&E is celebrating its 10th anniversary, and the DVD capturing […]
In 2002, My Big, Fat Greek Wedding, written by Nia Vardalos, who also starred in the leading role as Toula Portokalos, came out of nowhere […]
NEW YORK – If nobody knows the truth, is it still the truth? Beneath the Olive Tree, the remarkable documentary about the concentration camps […]
Nudity is everywhere these days but Americans were introduced to it in the arts more than 170 years ago through the sculpture Greek Slave.
The July 28 Greek Nights presentation in Astoria organized by the Athens Square Park Committee and the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY featured […]
Most historical accounts of Greek workers has them stepping onto American shores primarily between 1880 and 1920 during waves of immigration.
Acclaimed Greek-American novelist Harry Mark Petrakis, 92, spills his guts to touch our hearts in a new memoir, The Song of My Life. With […]