Greek Tennis Lessons: Kyrgios Can’t Carry Tsitsipas’ Gym Bag

By Andy Dabilis - May 24, 2019

The constant spectacle of Greek-Australian-Malay tennis once-shooting-but-now-sinking tennis star Nick Hilmy Kyrgios pouting, fuming, throwing chairs, tanking matches, screaming like a six-year-old denied candy, insulting […]

Mid-Pentecost: A Bridge Linking Two Feasts

By John Athanasatos - May 21, 2019

Christ is Risen! We find ourselves approaching Mid-Pentecost this Wednesday, May 22. Mid-Pentecost, what is that? Pentecost is the Feast celebrated 50 days after Easter […]

Our Community and Our New Archbishop Elpidophoros

By TNH Staff - May 21, 2019

In recent days we have received numerous questions from our readers across America about Archbishop Elpidophoros. Surely our people want reassurance that our new Archbishop […]

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 […]

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 […]