“Greece is the cradle of Western Civilization,” we Greeks proudly remind the world, claiming a special kinship (ownership!) to the achievements of Ancient Greece (“A […]
To be completely honest I have no idea if Spiro Drake is a folk artist, museum curator or theme park owner. He could, in fact, […]
BOSTON, MA – Efrosini Kritikos, a first generation Greek-American and a graduate of Harvard University, where she studied linguistics. For the last 20 years […]
By Dr. Leonidas Petrakis Papanikolas is a familiar and widely respected name in the Greek-American literary community. Helen Papanikolas greatly enriched the corpus of Greek-American […]
Most of what we know about the life of Alexander Wilkins is an uneven mix of family recollections and scattered documents. Yet these memories and […]
Official records documenting the direct and considerable involvement of Greeks in the American Civil War 1861-1865 continue to appear, in ever increasing numbers, with […]
HOUSTON, TX – My Yiayia came to America when I was about eight years old. She was the only grandparent I ever met. My […]
MIT Professor Constantinos Daskalakis is a beautiful mind who keeps the flame of education and innovation at the highest level.
One of the seriously-overlooked areas of Greek life in North America is humor. Jokes, humorous songs, word-plays, satirical political ditties too.
“He is the worst president ever! He tricked us into supporting a senseless war that has claimed the lives of thousands of our troops. He is […]