Gianaris Leads N.Y. State Dems Charge

- January 13, 2014

ALBANY — When Sen. Michael Gianaris was selected to be the Chairman of the Democratic Senate Campaign Committee of the New York State legislature, party […]

Greek Citizen Lies about Being Shot

- January 9, 2014

PARAMUS, NJ – Maria-Eleni Eleftheriadou, a 23 year-old Greek citizen claimed she was shot in the chest when walking in the parking lot of the Westfield […]

Tragic Death of Greek-American Attorney

- December 29, 2013

NEW YORK – Greek-American attorney George Capetanakis slipped and was injured after falling on an icy sidewalk in Brooklyn in the wake of winter storm […]

St. Demetrios Students Sing Carols at TNH

- December 17, 2013

NEW YORK –  In a heartfelt welcome Andonis Diamataris, the Publisher of The National Herald, told the students of the afternoon Greek school of the […]

Poulakakos Empire Reaches NY Shoreline

- December 16, 2013

NEW YORK – New York City has lagged behind places like Boston and San Francisco in developing its shoreline, but it is gradually catching up, […]

RMH Greek Division Gala A Success

- December 12, 2013

NEW YORK – Since 1979 more than 10,000 Greek children and their families found Ronald McDonald House (RMH) to be a home away from home […]

Cyprus Children’s Fund Honors Philanthropists

- December 10, 2013

NEW YORK –  “This award belongs to the 25,000 ladies who comprise the Philoptochos societies all over America who assist those who suffer,” said Aphrodite […]

Astoria Panel on Health Care Issues

- December 5, 2013

ASTORIA – The Greek American Homeowners Association dedicated their November 4 general meeting to a timely presentation on healthcare. The panel discussion at its headquarters […]

Stix Takes Manhattan w/ Food on a Stick

- December 4, 2013

By Penelope Karageorge Stix Mediterranean Grill, the brilliant, high-concept restaurant and brainchild of Stathis Antonakopoulos, celebrated its one-year anniversary on December 1. For New Yorkers, […]