People with roots in Greece, Cyprus and other homelands gathered at Cyprus House 5 for a an experience that transcended ethnicity.
Peni (Despina) Poulos 91, of Windham and Yonkers, NY, passed away on Saturday, February 7, surrounded by her beloved family. Despina was born in Yonkers to […]
Jean Xceron, one of the pioneers of nonobjective painting in Paris as well as New York, is now something of a lost figure in Greek-American […]
The trip’s highlights included a private luncheon at the Presidential Palace hosted by Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and the First Lady.
NEW YORK – Ambassador John Negroponte, whose high level appointments included being the United States’ first Director of National Intelligence, was one of the […]
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. – John Kambakakis, the 63 year old Dongan Hills, Staten Island resident who was missing since January 28, has been found in […]
CHICAGO – Bishop Demetrios of Mokissos, chancellor of the Metropopolis of Chicagom was warned by a prosecutor against “potential efforts to intimidate witnesses” in Fr. […]
PHILADELPHIA, PA – Bertha (Panagiotitsa) Rorres has been reading The National Herald since she first came to the United States as a young bride in […]
Harry Mark Petrakis’ new book, Song of my Life: A Memoir, is a work of lyrical power and poignancy that may prove to be among his most important works.
MILWAUKEE – On February 5 Milwaukee Circuit Judge M. Joseph Donald rejected the argument made by Fr. James Dokos’ lawyers that the felony theft case […]