Above all, Jennie Eisenhower loves to tell a story, and she tells it in a myriad of ways. She is a two-time Barrymore Award winner.
NEW YORK – The Onassis Cultural Center in New York, in collaboration with the New York Review of Books (NYRB), presented a discussion of the […]
NEW YORK – Surveying the fate of individuals and nations who love flirting with disaster, even skeptics might come to believe that there really are […]
Nine years ago Maria Nikolis started telling stories to her first granddaughter, Helen, who enjoyed her grandmother’s tales more and more as she got older.
THESSALONIKI – Prolific author, academician, poet, political thinker, and TNH columnist – he co-writes the biweekly Agora viewpoint – Greek-American Dan Georgakas is the subject […]
Wingnuts, by Greek-American John Avlon, is a masterpiece. I don’t often use that word lightly, but this book certainly deserves it.
Your name is Austin, you are 34 years old, and your life is a shambles. What is your next move? It’s obvious: Become a movie stunt man.
Author Daniel Mendelsohn and philosophy professor Simon Critchely presented On Truth (and Lies) in Myth at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
I’m not sure what caused me to remember an experience that took place more than 40 years ago. Perhaps the tracings of an early spring dawn.
ASTORIA – The audience watching Stratos Tzortzoglou’s “The Shout – Report to My Son,” inspired by Nikos Kazantzakis at the Greek Cultural Center (KEP) in […]