Of all the ways I could (and do) spend my time I now enjoy sitting down and being with my relatives and old friends the most, the Greek Way.
NEW YORK – No argument is needed in favor of the classics. Shakespeare and the great Greek tragedians will be read until the end of […]
In any search for contemporary Greek-American jazz musicians one can find literally dozens of individuals scattered all across the world.
The Metropolitan Greek Chorale celebrated “half a century of musical excellence” with a Golden Anniversary concert at Manhattan’s Kaufman Music Center.
The LA Greek film festival finished its run at the Egyptian Theater in Hollywood with the spectacular Orpheus Awards ceremony.
Byzantium was resurrected at Carnegie Hall this spring in the form of a rock opera by a group centered on the imaginative band Porphyra.
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.