The chicken and egg conundrum: Has political polarization killed compassion or did the lack of compassion drive polarization? Our country has not seen such vicious divisions since the decade running up the Civil War in 1860.
George told the others sitting around the table that Sunday at Dixon’s about Areti telephoning his wife to ask if she got an invitation for Thanksgiving Day at Dimos’ diner.
Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez can try to spin his country’s agreement to sell weapons to Turkey and a possible defense agreement any way he wants, but it’s still a betrayal of the European Union and Greece.
This article is based on old Greek newspapers published in Athens in 1923.
Another Thanksgiving Day has arrived.
Once upon a time, machismo was expressed through a display of tattoos.
NOVEMBER 26TH: On this day in 1955, a conflict emergency crisis – later named the Cyprus Emergency – was proclaimed in Cyprus.
This past October marked Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew’s 30th anniversary at the helm of Orthodoxy’s senior see in Constantinople, making him one of the longest tenured patriarchs in the history of the Church, but also one of the longest-serving contemporary religious leaders worldwide.
Forty-one years ago, on December 8, 1980 to be exact, the world was robbed of one of the most influential musicians of the second half of the 20th century: John Lennon.
When Kipreos entered Dixon’s that Sunday, he looked cheerless, and the others were quick to notice.
First, my late father made the world’s best spanakopita, an issue which sets off raging debate between challengers who think theirs is better than anyone else’s, so maybe we need a Cook-Off to settle it in the Diaspora.