Why Not Visit the Athens Riviera in 2019

By My Greek Friend - May 20, 2019

Although Athens is a beautiful European capital with plenty of things to do, sometimes – and especially during summer – you might want to escape […]

Imagining Smyrna, May 15, 1919

By Stavros T. Stavridis - May 19, 2019

My name is Michalis Veziris and lived in Smyrna during the auspicious day of May 15, 1919. It is a day etched in my memory […]

The English Always Were Sneaky

By Antonis H. Diamataris - May 18, 2019

Not many hours had passed after I published my commentary “Elections and Turkish Faits Accomplis” – in which I noted that “this column and this […]

Alabama: Women’s Rights Are Human Rights

By Eraklis Diamataris - May 18, 2019

Women’s rights are human rights, and those rights were trampled on Tuesday night when the Alabama State Senate passed House Bill 314, Human Life Protection […]

Greek-American Stories: A Win-Win Situation

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - May 18, 2019

The subject at Dixon’s was about the church having sent out flyers for lightly used or unwanted clothing. “I have a couple of sweaters and […]

Rouvikonas Will be Addressed… When?

By TNH Staff - May 17, 2019

Rouvikonas, this self-styled anarchist collective which operates almost freely and causes damage to various “targets” in Athens, this week hurled paint on the wall of […]