Biodiversity and the Earth as a Symbiotic Being

By Eraklis Diamataris - May 12, 2019

In a world that often seems to be getting smaller due to technology, it’s troublesome how detached people are becoming from the world around them. […]

Greek-American Stories: Possibilities

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - May 12, 2019

There are few words in the English language that can generate more excitement and good energy than the word ‘possibilities’ (πιθανοτιτα). Possibilities lead to hope, […]

When Will Dems Focus on Americans’ Concerns?

By Constantinos E. Scaros - May 9, 2019

There are currently 21 Democrats running for president. They’re all jumping in so quickly that by the time this piece is published, there may be […]

The Church in Crisis

By Amb. Patrick Theros - May 7, 2019

The Orthodox Church has lived through and survived many near-existential crises in the 2,000 years since the Apostles established it. It would appear that the […]

Paying Zero Income Tax

By Dan Georgakas - May 6, 2019

Americans have now filed their 2018 income tax returns. This was the first year the Republican tax reforms celebrated by President Trump as the greatest […]

Setting a Bad Precedent: Glorifying Killers

By Eraklis Diamataris - May 4, 2019

Since the pivot of the mass media to round-the-clock coverage decades ago and the relatively recent introduction of social media making news stories obsolete in […]

Herodotus, The Father of History

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - May 4, 2019

The year 425 BC brought to the world the geographer and historian Herodotus. Little can be learned about his early life excepting what other writers […]