NEW YORK – Going beyond the expected, practically, by overcoming the struggling artist label in a time of economic crisis, and aesthetically, is very important for Greece’s young […]
NEW YORK –The real word can be tough to take. “When the Dodgers left Brooklyn I gave up baseball,” says Constantine (Gus) Cristo, the author […]
NEW YORK – Composer and violinist Elektra Kurtis and Ensemble Elektra have released their latest CD, “Bridges from the East,” which is inspired by her […]
NEW YORK – If you can still excite young people, you never grow old. And advertising’s legendary George Lois is still on fire. He […]
NYC GREEK FILM FESTIVAL THROUGH OCT. 20 NEW YORK – Anthony Quinn was born one hundred years ago. The man who comes to mind […]
NEW YORK – From the days of Aristotle, Greeks have known catharsis is good for the soul. Actress Anthoula Katsimatides reminded modern Greeks and their […]
NEW YORK – On the evening of October 8 almost 500 of the closest friends of the Onassis Cultural Center NY were welcomed back to […]
NEW YORK – On October 8 Greek-Americans and Philhellenes who have been eagerly awaiting the reopening of the Onassis Cultural Center NY, even as they […]
The outdoor production at the Barbara and Lawrence Fleischman Theater at the Getty Villa is an adaptation of the classic Greek tragedy.
Professional storyteller Barbara Aliprantis talks about her experience as s immigrant, and shares wisdom gained through education.