The Prodigal Son: An Image of Us

By John Athanasatos - February 26, 2019

This past Sunday was the Sunday of the Prodigal Son. This renowned parable told by our Lord Jesus Christ is heard once a year on […]

AOC is More like DJT Than Dems or Reps Will Admit

By Constantinos E. Scaros - February 26, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez – or “AOC” as she is referred to by supporters and detractors alike – is something of an “accidental congresswoman.” That’s not necessarily […]

Greek-American Stories: Adding up the Ads

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - February 25, 2019

The biggest complaint about living in a capitalist society, in my opinion, is watching those endless TV commercials where sales people shout and tell you […]

Publican? Pharisee? What are they?

By John Athanasatos - February 18, 2019

In 2019, the terms “publican” and “Pharisee” are not commonly heard. Yet, this past Sunday was the Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee. It marks […]

Paris Peace Conference 1919: An Overview

By Stavros T. Stavridis - February 18, 2019

In January 1919, the victorious powers: the British Empire, France, United States, Italy, and Japan gathered in Paris to impose their peace terms on the […]

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 […]