TV Actress Helps Refugees in Greece

- May 11, 2016

  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 […]

Tsipras Visits Near-finished SNFCC

- February 9, 2016

NEW YORK –  Prime Minister Alexis Tripras has joined in the excitement that is building for the grand opening of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural […]

Large Mosaic Tomb Uncovered in Greece

- October 13, 2014

ATHENS — Archaeologists digging through a vast ancient tomb in Amphipolis in northern Greece have uncovered a floor mosaic that covers the whole area of […]

Guardian Says Parthenon Marbles Greek

- August 22, 2014

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 […]

Greek Summer Cinemas May Go Black

- August 8, 2014

One of Greece’s best loved institutions, summer cinemas, could fade away because of the cost of switching to digital projection.

An Ellinida’s Nightmare in Saudi Arabia

- August 1, 2014

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 […]

Elgin Marbles to Move, but Not to Greece

- July 12, 2014

LONDON – The Elgin Marbles are finally moving! Unfortunately, for Greeks and many others around the world who’d like to see them returned to Greece, […]

Golfo, Greece’s 1st Feature Film, at 100

- June 12, 2014

THESSALONIKI – “Golfo, a young shepherdess, and Tasos, a young shepherd, are secretly in love but are too poor to support their union. “Fortunately, an […]

Why Hydra Draws The Artists

- March 23, 2014

Even among Greece’s many iconic islands, Hydra has a special mystique, one which draws artists for its quiet magic as much as tourists.