Tribeca Features Film on John Kiriakou

- May 1, 2014

NEW YORK – This year’s Tribeca Film Festival features the documentary Silenced, about the fate of whistleblowers, including John Kiriakou, whose15-year tenure with the CIA […]

Piano Magic Will Help Greek Children

- April 30, 2014

NEW YORK – Pianist Athena Adamopoulos will be the featured performer at a special fundraising concert in support of the Greek children’s charity Mazi gia […]

Brookville Church Celebrates Nameday

- April 29, 2014

The Church of the Resurrection in Brookville, Long Island, marked its nameday on April 27, one week after Pascha. The celebration began the night before […]

Spanakos Twins: Boxing Hall of Famers

- April 27, 2014

Twins Petros and Nicholas Spanakos were among the first inductees into the Daily News Golden Gloves Hall of Fame at Brooklyn’s Barclays Center.

Greek Film at Museum of Moving Image

- April 27, 2014

ASTORIA – Miss Violence, a shattering 2013 Greek film about evil lurking in modern urban life, directed, written and produced by Alexander Avranas, made its […]

Greek Monsters Invade Manhattan

- April 22, 2014

NEW YORK – When New Yorkers are ready to confront their inner and external monsters, they can begin the ordeal in a humorous vein in […]

Greeks in Mexico: Opa! Meets Ole! On Greek Independence

- April 21, 2014

This year’s Greek Independence celebration took place on the exact date commemorating the occasion – March 25, which is also the date of the commemoration of the Annunciation of the Holy Virgin Mary – at the official residence of Greece’s Ambassador to Mexico, Polyxeni Stefanidou, who offered an elegant reception.

The Greeks of Chicago and Queens

- April 15, 2014

A fundamental part of historical research is identifying individuals. Documenting the experiences and actions of specific individuals is often the very core of a historical […]