Diane Touliatos is an internationally-renowned scholar in the areas of Ancient Greek music, Medieval Byzantine and Western music, and women composers.
ASTORIA – Valentine’s day is about love – and not just for sweethearts. Friendship is worthy of attention on February 14, but so is that […]
ASTORIA – An Astoria resident, 78-year-old Elias Bournias, was robbed and assaulted around 10:30 AM on February 17 in front of a convenience store on […]
Hellenes who attended the reception at the Greek Consulate in New York in honor of Greek players in the NBA were brimming with pride on Feb. 12.
NEW YORK – Every time the Hellenic world passes through a crisis there is endless blame and recrimination, and sometimes there is serious discussion about […]
NEW YORK – John Catsimatidis – the Greek-American self-made billionaire, 2013 NYC Mayoral candidate, and host of Cats Roundtable on New York’s 970 AM Radio […]
Children in traditional costumes delighted the members and friends of the Pontian Society ‘Komninoi’ who filled the Astoria Manor catering hall for the society’s 50th […]
One of the most enduring fallacies in Greek-American studies is that Hellenic sojourners didn’t bring any traditional crafts to North America.
That “drinking games are a time-honored tradition” has a whole new meaning – at least ever since Professors Heather Sharpe and Andrew Snyder of […]
The N.Y. Greek Cultural Center (KEP) presented soprano Anna Paidoussi, pianist Areti Giovanou and guitarist/vocalist Serafim Lazos in a concert.