HOUSTON, TX – The day after Halloween, Christmas wreaths decorated a shopping center near my home. I was appalled – again – dismayed that Thanksgiving, […]
By John Nicon and Cliff Argue SEATTLE, WA – Former U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe (Maine) addressed a capacity audience in Seattle on November 6,on the […]
ASTORIA – The New York City Council gave final approval to the Astoria Cove real estate developed on the Western Queens waterfront on November 25. […]
Any time, 365 days a year, people with a hankering for an apple or something more exotic can find it at the uniquely Greek United Brothers Fruit Market.
ASTORIA – Once again grateful guests and enthusiastic volunteers packed the headquarters of the Greek American Homeowners Association for its annual Thanksgiving luncheon where everyone […]
DRACUT, MA – Hundreds of volunteers from all walks of life defied the heavy rains and strong winds on November 24 and responded to the […]
CHICAGO, IL – The road to Greece’s current crumbling state of economy was paved in the 1980s by social democratic political party PASOK, asserted Dr. […]
In a calm, consistent tone and exhibiting a warm, everpresent smile, Secretary of Health and Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell – the highest-level Greek-American member […]
Marc Tessier-Lavigne, President of The Rockefeller University announced two leadership pledges of $75 million each from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and David Rockefeller to launch a major extension of the school’s East River campus.
CHICAGO, IL– Halsted Street, in the heart of Chicago’s heralded Greek community “Greektown,” has been officially renamed Theodore Spyropoulos Street, honoring the recently-deceased benefactor. The […]