NEW YORK – “There is only one Fifth Avenue,” the guests heard – the same could have been said of Manhattan and New York City […]
The 2015 Trade USA Construction Mission in cooperation with The Greek Press Office brought Greek companies to New York March 23-27th.
NORTH WILDWOOD, NJ – Celebrating on the Saturday before March 25th, Greeks assembled at the North Wildwood Recreation Center on a sun-filled day – one of […]
NEW YORK – Dr. Peter Diamandopoulos, the former president of Adelphi University in Long Island died on April 1 in New York City at the […]
NEW YORK – Ethnikos Kyrix-National Herald, the people with roots in Elia in Peloponnesos and by extension, the whole Greek-American community, Greece, and Cyprus, celebrated […]
CRANSTON, RI – The Rhode Island Senate honoured the historic 100-year anniversary of continuous publication of Ethnikos Kyrix-National Herald with a special resolution which passed […]
ASTORIA – The unveiling of the statue of Sophocles at Athens Square Park in Astoria on March 4 was a moving event for two reasons. […]
Greek Independence Parades were abound this week, the largest and most prominently-featured being the one along Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue.
With time energy and imagination, every Greek-American can discover ways to help his or her family and friends, and Greece as a whole, during the crisis.
NEW YORK In New York City, cinematographer George Mitas’ latest film, Back in the Day, is back in the news, as one of its stars, […]