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.
I would like to extend our gratitude to Ethnikos Kyrix/The National Herald for highlightingsignificant events organized by the Greek Community of Toronto in recent months.
To the Editor: I read with deep annoyance the disturbing caption of your January 18 issue front-page photograph, that “Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and British […]
As an 81-year old Greek American I am surprised that, in our day and age, a member of the clergy, our clergy, chooses to suggest […]
Regarding the troubles at the St. Demetrios parish in Jamaica, Fr. Konstantinos Kalogridis suggests that only a handful of people are to blame and, despite […]
To the Editor: Over a year ago, you reported about a story of a young lady collecting money so she could go overseas to seek […]
To the Editor: Re: “From My Bookshelf,” (Nov. 2), a review of Founders of Faith, by Harold Rosen. Our Lord, God and Savior Jesus Christ […]
To the Editor: Re: “On the Grecovery, EU Banks, and Market Prospects” (Nov. 9). John Charalambakis would not be so pessimistic about the prospects of […]