NEW YORK – Like all art, Maria Iliou’s film about the aftermath of the burning of Smyrna and the Asia Minor disaster, “From Both Sides […]
BROOKLYN – A Brooklyn tradition more than two decades old honoring the timeless values of Greek civilization, the 193rd anniversary of Greek independence, and the […]
BROOKLYN – The auditorium of the Fishman Space at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) was filled on a Saturday afternoon with men and women […]
Chapter 41, The Brooklyn Chapter, will host its annual pre-Greek parade Eleftheria Gala at the Renaissance Event Hall in Astoria on March 28.
By John Kiriakou [John Kiriakou’s wife, Heather, on his behalf, authorized TNH to publish this piece, which he wrote. It was also published on March […]
NEW YORK – More than 700 Greek-Americans filled the auditorium of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in Manhattan and turned the space into a huge […]
ASTORIA – Greek-Americans and philhellenes know that the parade is around the corner when the political leaders in the Borough of Queens host their annual […]
By Dr. Constantina Michalos BOULDER, CO – Our priests are there to serve God and His people. They offer guidance and spiritual support through difficult […]
Almost two centuries ago, the people of Greece laid claim to their independence and began a long struggle to restore democracy to its birthplace.
NEW YORK – Mario Frangoulis launched his latest North American tour with an eclectic concert in multiple languages that delighted his fans at the Rose […]