Amb. to Norway Nominee Tsunis Testifies

- January 16, 2014

WASHINGTON, DC –  George Tsunis, Long Island businessman and philanthropist, cleared the first hurdle on the path to becoming the next U.S. Ambassador to the […]

Canellos Speaks to TNH about SEC Tenure

- January 16, 2014

NEW YORK – Last week brought to a close four-and-a-half years of dedicated and distinguished service to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) by George […]

Loans to Murder Vic Hurt Giannoulias Bank

- January 13, 2014

NEW YORK – Chicago’s Broadway Bank, which was owned by the family of Democratic U.S. Senate candidate Alexi Giannoulias and whose demise in 2010 contributed […]

Doors of Pella Publishing to Close

- January 12, 2014

After half a century of seminal and important work, Leandro Papathanasiou, the great man of Greek-American publishing, will close the doors of Pella Publishing. Almost […]

The Art and Mystery of Indiana Bones

- January 10, 2014

NEW YORK – Books by art historians like Paul Koudounaris are usually about more than just works of art. The historical and social forces and […]

Philanthropist Nicholas Bouras Dies at 93

- December 23, 2013

SUMMIT, NJ – Nicholas J. Bouras, revered businessman and philanthropist, died at the age of 93 on December 22. A highly decorated WW II veteran, […]

Angelos Petelos Kept Greek Traditions

- December 22, 2013

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama – For more than 40 years, nearly every Greek wedding, funeral and baptism in Birmingham included music chanted by Angelos Petelos. “He was […]

Agape and Elpida for The Neediest

- December 19, 2013

BOSTON, MA – An effort started some six years ago by Dr. Maria Koulmanda, a prominent physician, researcher, and professor at Harvard Medical School in […]

Chris Orsaris Sentenced to 85 Months

- December 19, 2013

CENTRAL ISLIP, NY – On December 18, Judge Leonard D. Wexler today, at the Federal District Court in Central Islip, NY sentenced Chris Orsaris to […]