Greek-American Stories: Infinity

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - January 2, 2019

Did you ever look up at the sky and wonder where space ends? Well, if you did you’re not alone. A fellow Greek named Democritus […]

A Rhapsode of Romanity Sings of Christmas

By Christopher Tripoulas - December 30, 2018

The holidays always serve as a prime opportunity to reflect on our collective mode of existence, hierarchy of values, and distinctive cultural traits that give […]

This Past Week in History

By TNH Staff - December 29, 2018

December 24: On this day in 1947, an estimated 20,000 communists, led by guerilla General Markos Vafiadis, proclaimed the Provisional Democratic Government in northern Greece […]

Greek-American Stories: That’s Yiannis!

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - December 24, 2018

Coffee in hand, George was telling the others at the table in Dixon’s, “I’ll bet Yiannis is the only person in the country that waits […]

This Past Week in History

By TNH Staff - December 24, 2018

December 17th: On this day in 1949, Sotiris Kaiafas, the Cypriot soccer player, was born in Mia Milia, Nicosia. He joined the Nicosia-based Omonia team […]

Trump Looks Presidential Next to Pelosi and Schumer

By Constantinos E. Scaros - December 20, 2018

On December 11, President Trump invited Democrat leaders Nancy Pelosi of the House of Representatives and Chuck Schumer of the Senate into the Oval Office […]