Dr. Theodore Papaloizos’ Remarkable Story

By Tony Glaros - January 7, 2019

In 1949, when 26-year-old Theodore Papaloizos became the choir director, chanter, and principal of the Greek School at St. Sophia Cathedral in Washington, DC, Harry […]

Hi Jolly and the Return of the Turkish Bandits 

By Steve Frangos - December 18, 2018

The latest Turkish distortion of modern history pivots on the difference between a slave and a citizen. Turkish intellectuals are intentionally confusing the idea of […]

Zephyr, the Driverless Car Designed by Stavros Mavrakis

By TNH Staff - December 13, 2018

ATHENS – The Greek designer Stavros Mavrakis (Stavros Mavrakis) presented a proposal for a “vehicle from the future,” as described in Drive magazine. “Zephyr,” illustrated in […]