An Exclamation of National Dignity

By Antonis H. Diamataris - January 25, 2018

What have the Greek people not endured over the last eight years? They witnessedlife turn upside down. They lived through unemployment rising to 27%. They […]

The Longest Year of My Life

By Dr Constantina Michalos - January 23, 2018

I haven’t slept straight through the night since the 2016 election. Besides a cocktail of Trevor Noah, Stephen Colbert and Seth Meyers, I take Benadryl, […]

On the Psychological State of the President

By Antonis H. Diamataris - January 22, 2018

It is tragic and a matter of fact that the mental healthof the U.S. President, the man who holds the fate of the world in […]

Greek-American Stories: The Costly Cure

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - January 22, 2018

George informed the others seated round the table in Dixon’s that Areti had phoned his wife to tell her about Yiannis’ latest problem.  “She doesn’t […]

First Year Report Card of Our Most Unusual President

By Constantinos E. Scaros - January 19, 2018

We are living in truly fascinating times. Some consider these times, and the remaking of America, to be great. Others find them horrifying. While millions […]

Mr. Tsipras’ Righteous Indignation

By Antonis H. Diamataris - January 18, 2018

I honestly cannot understand how Athenians get to their jobs when the mass transit workers’ unions are on strike. Nowadays, the strikes are not as […]