A Hand of Applause for Playwright, Sophocles, Please

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - February 16, 2019

Let me tell you about another one of our most wonderful Greeks, Sophocles, 496 B.C-406 B.C., born in Colonos, Athens. This most imaginative, talented playwright […]

This Past Week in History

By TNH Staff - February 16, 2019

February 10th: On this day in 1975, Nikos Kavvadias, the Greek poet, writer and sailor, died in Athens at the age of 65. He was […]

Why George Washington Matters

By Dan Georgakas - February 14, 2019

A good way to celebrate George Washington’s birthday this coming week is to consider the standards and protocols he considered appropriate for the highest office […]

Common-Sense Gun Control Should be more Common

By Eraklis Diamataris - February 14, 2019

In 2018, hours after the tragic deaths of 14 students and three staff members, Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut took to the Senate floor to […]

A Crisis among Us

By John Athanasatos - February 13, 2019

In recent times there have been progressive efforts in both New York and New Jersey for liberal legislation. These include: decriminalization and legalization of marijuana, […]

Analysis: We Have a Theological School Here Too

By Theodore Kalmoukos - February 12, 2019

The issue of the reopening of the Halki Seminary of the Ecumenical Patriarchate was brought into the foreground – very rightly so – one more […]