It’s been more than half a century since Harry Mark Petrakis, a Chicago native, began selling short stories and novels after several years of rejections, but writing from his Greek experience – and his home city – still endear him to legions of fans.
NEW YORK – Greek and Cypriot-American community leaders, including a heartening turnout by young professionals, gathered for a fundraiser in Manhattan in support of the […]
NEW YORK – The American Jewish Committee issues a statement on October 16 applauded a Greek state prosecutor’s decision to bring to trial leaders of […]
NEW YORK – The Greek American Behavioral Sciences Institute (GABSI) presented George Demacopoulos, PhD, co-Founder of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University for […]
QUEENS, NY – Off-duty FDNY fireman Kevin Mohr saved the life of Steven Kokotos, 49 after the latter’ Mercedes flipped over on a Queens highway. […]
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – Quick thinking by Mike Moudatsos Jr. and the employees at Mike Jr.’s Oakwood Diner that he owns helped contain a fire […]
NEW YORK – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki has established a summer program in elementary Modern Greek tailored for Greek-Americans that will begin on June 15. […]
Thiel College dedicated the $6.5 million James Pedas Communications Center at his alma mater, honoring his work in the arts and charity.
NEW YORK – When retired U.S. Senator George J. Mitchell introduced professor Constantine (Gus) Katsoris prior to presenting him with the Feerick Center for Social […]
NEW YORK – The Loukoumi book series which has touched the lives of thousands of children with its messages of “believing in yourself” amd “helping […]