Have We forgotten our Philotimo?

- October 7, 2014

A few months ago an Ethiopian taxi driver, upon learning that I was Greek and (almost) a co-religionist, launched into a panegyric about Greek-Americans whom, […]

Renovated Boston MFA Greek Galleries Dazzle

- October 3, 2014

BOSTON – “Wine, Poets and Performers” is the informal name of the cluster of the newly-renovated galleries of Greek Art at Boston’s Museum of Fine […]

Finding Meaning in Greece

- October 1, 2014

By Alex Pattakos and Elaine Dundon When we think of Greece, we often think of the whitewashed houses with blue doors and shutters painted to […]

Elia Kazan: 11 Years Later

- September 30, 2014

Eleven years ago this week, on September 28, 2003, one of the greatest directors in Hollywood history passed away, Greek-American Elia Kazan. As legendary an […]

TNH Talks to Man Who Killed J.R.

- September 27, 2014

On March 21, 1980, millions of people around the world watched multimillionaire Texas oilman J.R. (John Ross) Ewing gunned down in his office.