John Bull Dimitry: First Among Equals

By Steve Frangos - November 18, 2018

On December 27, 1835, John Bull Smith Dimitry was born in Washington, DC, the eldest son of Alexander Dimitry and Mary Powell Mills Dimitry. Like […]

Enrique Metinides: the Man Who Saw Too Much

By Steve Frangos - November 4, 2018

Enrique Metinides holds a special place among the world’s professional photographers of Greek descent. Metinides spent his entire career taking photographs of the accidents and […]

Remembering Oxi Day and a World at War

By Nikolaos A. Stavrou - October 28, 2018

Dramatic events disturbed the bucolic life of Griazdani, my birthplace in Northern Epirus, on a sunny October day of 1940. The village elders advised all […]

George Kokines: a Local Artist of International Fame

By Steve Frangos - October 21, 2018

The late George Kokines, internationally recognized artist, is receiving a long overdue hometown salute. On September 20, 2018, the National Hellenic Museum opened its “George […]