Muses Smile at the Hamptons Church

- June 22, 2014

NEW YORK – The international chamber music ensemble Bianchi Musica heralded the first day of summer and delighted the audience at the inaugural Dr. Nikitas […]

The Thieves of Community History

- June 21, 2014

In my travels across Greek America I have found in virtually every community someone or some small group attempting to preserve local history. These are […]

Elektra Kurtis at Symphony Space

- June 21, 2014

  NEW YORK – Elektra Kurtis and Ensemble Elektra will make their debut performance at the prestigious Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space in Manhattan’s […]

Religious Freedom Trumps Partisanship

- June 20, 2014

The U.S. Foreign Realations Committee, in a rare display of bipartisanship, unanimously called upon Pres. Obama to support religious freedom for Patriarch Bartholomew.

Greece’s N.Y. Fans World Cup Hopes

- June 20, 2014

Greek-Americans had mixed feelings about the performance of the Greek soccer team against Japan in the world Cup on June 19, but turned out to watch it.

Demos Gains Big Endorsement

- June 19, 2014

LONG ISLAND, NY – Sensing a surge of the momentum he built up in his campaign for Congress after the anti-establishment wave crushed House Majority […]

Recycling Medea Premiers in America

- June 19, 2014

By Fotis Papagermanos NEW YORK – Art is thought-provoking, and many questions crossed the minds of audience at the U.S. premiere of “Recycling Medea,” the […]

Galatoulas New Federation Pres

- June 18, 2014

The Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater NY, which organizes the annual Greek Parade on Fifth Avenue, elected its new Board of Directors. (L-R): Demetrius […]