To the Editor: It is noteworthy that the American Football Conference’s Championship game on January 28, between the Baltimore Ravens and the Kansas City Chiefs included two Greek-American sports luminaries.
To the Editor: With the blessed holidays behind us and the few sweets that are left on the festive table, we continue the fight for a better future for the family, the community, and in general for all fellow human beings.
To the Editor: The recent Viewpoint praising the legacy of Henry Kissinger's life, his longevity, of some 100 years, is somewhat annoying, if not disturbing to the international community.
To the Editor: Mr.
Dear Mr. Diamataris, I wish you and your family, Health and Happiness in the New Year.
To the Editor: A lot of fuss was made around a flag that was part of an art exhibition at the Consulate General of Greece in New York.
To the Editor: The occasion to send you this letter was given to me by my visiting two hospitals, one here and one in Greece.
Democracy is hard and freedom of speech can be painful, but they go together, and both are vital to making life in a complex world bearable and progress possible.
To the Editor: Due to indisposition I stayed at home last Sunday and watched the Divine Liturgy from 10 o'clock until almost 12.
To the Editor: I have subscribed to The National Herald for many years.
To the Editor: I was concerned by the representation of Greek olive oil in The National Herald article “Most Greek Bulk Olive Oil Found Adulterated, Hidden from Tax Collectors” (Nov.