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How Ancient Cultures Explained Eclipses

How Ancient Cultures Explained Eclipses

On April 4, 2024, a total solar eclipse will be visible across parts of the U.
Notes from Yolanda – Valentine’s Day: The Day of Great Expectations

Notes from Yolanda – Valentine’s Day: The Day of Great Expectations

It’s a commonly held belief that love, and relationships go together, or that they must go together.
A Trip Through the History of the Dionysos Quarry

A Trip Through the History of the Dionysos Quarry

For centuries, white marble has been synonymous with ancient Greek architecture and monuments.
Ancient Greeks’ Ideas about Desire Challenge Modern-Day Readers, Lovers and Even Philosophers

Ancient Greeks’ Ideas about Desire Challenge Modern-Day Readers, Lovers and Even Philosophers

(THE CONVERSATION) Every year as Valentine's Day approaches, people remind themselves that not all expressions of love fit the stereotypes of modern romance.
MARY DOUSSI

MARY DOUSSI

Our beloved mother, grandmother, great grandmother sister and aunt MARY DOUSSI of Florina, Greece age 83 fell asleep on Saturday, February 10, 2024 and will be buried in Greece.
Dr. Papanicolaou, Medical Researcher, Immigrant, Hellene, HMSNY Co-Founder 

Dr. Papanicolaou, Medical Researcher, Immigrant, Hellene, HMSNY Co-Founder 

Dr. George N.
Letter to the Editor: Greek-Americans in Sports News – Karlaftis, Kokinis, and Lappas

Letter to the Editor: Greek-Americans in Sports News – Karlaftis, Kokinis, and Lappas

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.
Letter to the Editor: Re: Missing Museum Article by Professor Kitroeff

Letter to the Editor: Re: Missing Museum Article by Professor Kitroeff

To the Editor:   As a founding member of the Athens Square Committee whose community in Astoria created the only Hellenic-themed public space in North America over 30 years ago, I must take issue with Professor Kitroeff’s misguided comment that we should “forget about Astoria and its Greektown…” and focus instead on the creation of Hellenic Museum in Manhattan [Missing Museum, TNH January 27].
Toby Keith, Country Singer-Songwriter, Dies at 62 after Stomach Cancer Diagnosis

Toby Keith, Country Singer-Songwriter, Dies at 62 after Stomach Cancer Diagnosis

NEW YORK - Toby Keith, a hit country crafter of pro-American anthems who both riled up critics and was loved by millions of fans, has died.
Skaneateles Central School District Responds to Lawsuit by Student’s Mother

Skaneateles Central School District Responds to Lawsuit by Student’s Mother

NEW YORK – The Skaneateles Central School district has issued a statement attributing the policy it followed regarding 12-year-old Greek-American Jane Vitsaxaki to respect for diversity, as well as the guidelines of the New York State Department of Education.

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