The Sponge Wars of Tarpon Springs in 1914

- May 10, 2014

No short account can hope to even outline every clash, engagement, or battle of the extended Sponge Wars. For nearly fifty years, Greek immigrant sponge […]

They Did not Die in Vain – Ipswich Riots

- May 6, 2014

The death of bystander Nicoletta Paudelopoulou was the centerpiece of the investigation once the 1913 hearings related to the rioting in Ipswich, MA commenced. Yet […]

Remembering the 1913 Ipswich Riot

- May 5, 2014

On June 10, 1913 in Ipswich, MA a labor demonstration unexpectedly turned into one of the most explosive riots in American labor history. Asserting that […]

Arianna Warms Hearts and Stirs Minds

- May 2, 2014

NEW YORK – Media Mogul Arianna Huffington was the featured speaker annual Spring Luncheon of the Archdiocesan Cathedral Philoptochos at the Central Park Boat House […]

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.