Greek Music in US & Birth of Hi-Fi

- March 25, 2015

The spring of 1948 marks one of the most significant moments, in the history of Greek music in North America, with the beginning of long-playing records.

Pericles, Pals Chilling in Kiffisia

- March 24, 2015

Greeks, in times of crisis and prosperity alike, like to gather around a table to eat, drink, and talk, in cozy indoor spaces in the […]

Sophocles Papas’ Sweet Classical Guitar

- March 13, 2015

For some unknown reason Sophocles Papas, among modern Greeks, is one of the most overlooked of all Greek master musicians to settle on American shores. […]

Brothers in Arms: Selma, 50 Years Later

- March 12, 2015

SELMA, AL – Presidents Bush and Obama and their wives, Congressman John Lewis and numerous of his legislative colleagues, and various clergy, including Greek Orthodox […]

Gerry Vassilatos Explores Lost Science

- March 7, 2015

As a visionary in the history of science, author and researcher Gerry Vassilatos continues to gain high acclaim in his chosen field of research.

The Americanization of Karagiozis

- February 28, 2015

In the early 1900s, as Greek sojourners first began arriving in large numbers to North America they brought their sense of humor and Karagiosis with them.