Letter to Editor

Letter to the Editor: Praise for The National Herald

January 27, 2023

To the Editor:

I’m rather compelled to praise your newspaper – again. Your coverage of Greek-American news in the U.S. and Greece, your coverage of prominent Greek-Americans (in business, politics, academia, philanthropy, etc.), your coverage of religious events, your editorials, commentaries, and op-eds, and even your advertisers (I ordered from a few of your advertisers’ goods and services) are informative, worthy, and enlightening. Your recent issue, for illustration, on the death former king Constantine, the Epiphany celebration in Tarpon Springs, the Catsimatidis highest-rise residential development in St. Petersburg, and, of course, Dr. Sacro’s (most arguable) commentary, are wonderful reads. Among the many newspapers I subscribe for my weekend reads, The National Herald is the newspaper I look forward to most for reading and enjoying.

Michael Manoussos, Esq.
Kew Gardens, NY


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