One of the best known artists working in Athens, Stelios Faitakis at age 40 is at the peak of his career. His work combines elements […]
Bringing hope to a wounded country, the Niarchos Foundation on June 25 unveiled a 600-million euro park and cultural center in Athens.
Stone Age people from Greece and the Aegean Sea brought agriculture into central and southern Europe some 8,000 years ago.
A recent, less-than-relaxing vacation to Greece inspired TV actress Milana Vayntrub to help with the refugee crisis. Known for lighthearted roles, Vayntrub left her […]
This week in history, on May 2, 1941, Penelope Delta killed herself in Athens, devastated that the Germans had invaded Greece that very day. The […]
NEW YORK – Prime Minister Alexis Tripras has joined in the excitement that is building for the grand opening of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural […]
ATHENS — Archaeologists digging through a vast ancient tomb in Amphipolis in northern Greece have uncovered a floor mosaic that covers the whole area of […]
LONDON – A recent opinion piece in the Guardian newspaper draws a simple and straightforward conclusion: 1) the Parthenon Marbles are the world’s most beautiful […]
One of Greece’s best loved institutions, summer cinemas, could fade away because of the cost of switching to digital projection.
NEW YORK – To truly know some people’s reality, sometimes you have to live their nightmare. Before marrying a man from a prominent family in […]