Ode to a Flower

By Phyllis “Kiki” Sembos - January 16, 2020

One fine sunny day in Rhodes, thousands of years ago, something happened in a garden. Maybe it was a bumblebee buzzing from one cruciferous veggie […]

Mitsotakis Visit: Good News Bad News?

By Amb. Patrick Theros - January 15, 2020

Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis came to the United States this week with two objectives: (1) Convincing Americans that Greece is, as he put it, “Open […]

The Middle East Quagmire

By Dan Georgakas - January 14, 2020

Foreign policy is a secondary concern to most American voters. At least momentarily, however, the recent missile exchange with Iran has called attention to America’s […]

Simple Pleasures

By Dr Constantina Michalos - January 13, 2020

It’s been a long decade, generating long lists of the best and the worst. But I have an 800-word limit, so I’m going to present […]