Reestablishing Grk-Am History

- July 28, 2014

None other than Theodore Saloutos, the acknowledged dean of Greek-American Studies, proclaimed that any studies on Greeks in the United States prior to the massive […]

New Edition of Greek Americans

- July 18, 2014

NEW YORK – The aphorism, “To see where you are going, you must know where you came from,” applies to individuals and groups alike. Those […]

The Marvels of Greek Rhapsody

- July 16, 2014

Greeks everywhere owe Tony Klein a huge debt for his issuance of Greek Rhapsody – Instrumental Music from Greece 1905-1956 (Dust to Digital, 2013). This […]

The Only Predominantly Greek VFW Post

- July 12, 2014

WEST WILDWOOD, NJ – Eleftheria 6633 is the only predominantly-Greek VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) post in the United States. George Baxavaneos, who served as […]

Longest Day: Greeks at Normandy

- July 6, 2014

By Efthimis Tsiliopoulos The 6th June 1944 has been called “The Longest Day.” It was the day Allied forces landed en masse on Normandy, forging […]

The 10 U.S. Presidents Who Spoke Greek

- July 3, 2014

Ask most Americans to name all 43 individuals who have been president of the United States (there are “44 presidents” under the Constitution, but Grover […]