Former Mass. Governor and 1988 Democratic Presidential Nominee Michael Dukakis was honored by the Hellenic Times Scholarship Fund.
WASHINGTON, DC – On Thursday, Aug. 6, senior officials of the Obama Administration invited Diaspora leaders to meet at the White House to discuss the […]
The Order of AHEPA marked the 41st “dark anniversary” of Turkey’s illegal invasion and occupation of Cyprus in meetings with officials in Washington.
A few times a year in New York State’s Sullivan County it feels like one is closer to a Greek village than the village of Monticello.
By Chrysoula Tzortzaki SALT LAKE CITY, UT – The heart of Crete always beats in Salt Lake City, but it beat more strongly than […]
The Hellenic Initiative is determined to go against the tide, having named three Greek businesses as this year’s Entrepreneurship Award.
Nearly 500 members of Chicago’s Greek-American and Philhellene community gathered at the 12th annual PanHellenic Scholarship Awards Gala on June 20
The Pan Gregorian Fund of Metro N.Y. & L.I. hosted its Academics, Arts and Community Gala at on May 31, honoring the restaurateur Tasos Manessis.
The American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA) held its 41st Biennial Congressional Banquet, April 29 at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel, Washington, DC.
NEW YORK – Former CIA Director George Tenet spoke about “Life in Public Service,” at the 2015 installment of the Peter T. Kourides Lecture […]