If the Shoe Doesn’t Fit…

By Vanessa Diamataris - December 19, 2018

My first few weeks at the newspaper have been inundated with information. Subscriptions, advertising, translations, editing, breaking news, deadlines, scandals, First Amendment issues – and […]

An Exceptional Man and Doctor

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 16, 2018

At the beginning of the 1970s, thousands of Greek students were attending Queens College, in York. We would say, then, that we numbered 3500. One […]

“Tragedy” in the Oval Office

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 13, 2018

I hope you did not see the theatrical performance, namely the “tragedy” that played out in the President’s Office, known as the Oval Office, starring […]

Macron Lost His Bet with History

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 12, 2018

After his big somersault – volte face in his own language – the merely 40-year-old French President Emmanuel Macron has probably managed to prolong his […]

The Front Page of the New York Post…Again

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 11, 2018

Once again, within five years, we hit the front page in the New York Post. And we have again become front page news for a […]

Why Do We Turn a Blind Eye?

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 9, 2018

Richard Cotton, Executive Director of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, took the unusual step of writing to warn the Archdiocese – […]

Lost Opportunities for Greece – Cyprus

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 7, 2018

Many heads of state, prime ministers, and high-ranking representatives of various governments, attended the funeral of the 41st President of the United States George H.W. […]

We Honor Bush, We Remember Dukakis

By Antonis H. Diamataris - December 6, 2018

America united, at least for a few days, if not hours, to bid farewell to its 41st president, George H.W. Bush. Present at his funeral […]