NEW YORK – Stefanos Kasselakis is one of those people who turn ideas into machines. Building the new Greece will take time, but young Greeks […]
NEW YORK – Andreas K. Dracopoulos, Co-President of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation, paid a noontime visit on November 18 to the High School of the […]
ST. LOUIS A woman from Greece is facing federal indictment for an alleged scheme that cost American banks nearly $2 million. The U.S. Attorney’s office […]
The Board of Managers of Haverford College together with President Stephen G. Emerson ’74 announced a leadership gift challenge in the amount of $10 million […]
Tom Manatos has a storied family tradition in Washington, D.C. power circles and has emerged as one of its most valuable employers.
On Saturday November 15, AHEPA’s Chicago Lakeshore chapter #205 hosted the first ever Midwest Regional Hellenic History Tournament. This is the first time the Tournament […]
Charlie Crist and Paul Vallas have at least four things in common: they are Greek-American, they are Democrats, they ran for public office this year, […]
Halsted Street, in the heart of Chicago’s Greektown was renamed Theodore Spyropoulos Street, honoring the recently-deceased benefactor.
NEW YORK – Listening to Judge Harriet Pavles George talk about of how her life’s path was laid out by her mother before kindergarten, one […]
Emma Wolfe, a Greek-American who is a top aide to New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, now reportedly has refused to talk to a special prosecutor.