With so many generous, but disparate, charities helping Greece during troubled times, it’s time for them to get together for a common cause.
A TNH reader likes the well-informed opinions of the paper’s foreign experts but another isn’t happy with the design of the new St. Nicholas Church at Ground Zero.
Is it really necessary for every edition of your newspaper to have an article or a commentary about the Church? There’s more to the community.
A long-time TNH reader says she was disappointed in an editorial that criticized a Whitestone Parish meeting open only to members.
The column that Athens is a “Grey Zone” is another negative depiction of a city that has been beset by many wars and invaders and is unfair.
Many stories have been written about the early migration of our parents and grandparents. Such was the story of a family from Lowell, Mass.
Here’s good ideas: free air fare for young Greek-Americans to visit the homeland, and while we’re at it, bring back cheaper U.S-Athens flights, say our readers.
I read your magnificent editorial “Nine Years without Iakovos” (Apr. 19) and I wanted to add a few additional thoughts, of years gone by but never forgotten.
I note that you have offered no dedication to Greek-Jews for Passover, after all, they are readers, too. Nonetheless, I welcome two articles of yours: commentaries.
This week, TNH readers have their say in Letters to the Editor on columns about the Cyprus reunification problem and the Greek Royal Family.