NEW YORK – Xenia, director Panos Koutras’ award-winning film that is simultaneously entertaining and disturbing, was screened to a full house at the Panoramo Europe […]
In any search for contemporary Greek-American jazz musicians one can find literally dozens of individuals. They are scattered across the planet.
“Show me a horseplayer,” Rangas would say, “and I’ll tell you a sad story.” He was a craggy-featured, hardship-ravaged gambler in his seventies I met […]
Minos Papas is turning the subject of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) from a short subject into a feature film to show people its effect.
The “East Meets West…Musical Bridges concert of the Metropolis of New Jersey featured young singer and santouri player Arete Ketime’s talents.
The Orpheus Foundation for Greek Music and the Arts and the Kyrenia Opera gave a concert marking the 90th birthday of renowned Greek composer Mikis Theodorakis.
The Stathakion Hall of the Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York was filled with works of community artists at an exhibition and sale.
NEW YORK – It is a cliché, and not true of all, but “starving artists” is close enough to reality at some point in […]
I explained to several of my non-Greek friends that I was traveling to New York to cover the Yiannis Parios concert at Town Hall in Times Square.
CHICAGO, IL – Over 700 of the city’s Greek-American and Philhellene community members attended the National Hellenic Museum’s (NHM) annual Gala held at the […]