NEW YORK – George Tsandikos is the new Chairman of Leadership 100, an organization that collects money from wealthy Greek-Americans and supports the sustenance of […]
Imagination, skill, knowledge, persistence, and timing – the people who populate our 50 Wealthiest Greek-Americans annual list enjoy all of these gifts, in greater or fewer amounts. This special issue, brought to you each year by TNH, offers a look at those in our community who have reached the pinnacle in their fields and profited immensely – often bringing profit to those around them as well.
Secretary of State John Kerry sent the United States’ annual Greek Independence day greetings to Greece. The text of his statement follows:
CHICAGO, IL – The annual student-run Midwest Pan-Hellenic Youth Ball, also referred to as the “Greek Prom,” celebrated its 10-year anniversary this February, attracting over […]
SALT LAKE CITY, UT – Ecclesiastical developments seem to be underway at the Holy Trinity Parish in Salt Lake City. There was a two-hour meeting […]
NEW YORK – The inaugural lecture of Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight Lecture Series, took place on March 19. The series is one of two […]
The American Hellenic Institute Foundation is accepting applications for its travel abroad program to help Greek American college students understand foreign policy.
NEW YORK – As the 2014 New York Greek parade approaches, The National Herald entered into its spirit by honoring past grand marshals with a […]
“It’s a nightmare, it’s horrible,” Maria Karaloukas, widow of Jimmy the Greek Taverna owner Dimitrios Karaloukas told CBS 12 news in Boca Raton, Fla. “It’s something that’s so non-expected,” she added.
Which group in the workforce is the most reviled, ridiculed, and mistrusted? Doctors? Lawyers? Bankers? Advertisers? Used car salesmen? Members of Congress?