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Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir Tribute to Mikis Theodorakis

Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir Tribute to Mikis Theodorakis

NEW YORK – The Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir in conjunction with the Hellenic Book Club of New York presented The Poetry & Music of Mikis Theodorakis on May 13 at the Archdiocesan Cathedral of the Holy Trinity-Chiotes Hall in Manhattan.
Flavorful Variations on Springtime Lamb and Salad

Flavorful Variations on Springtime Lamb and Salad

Lamb is a staple of Greek cuisine most often enjoyed on Easter and special occasions.
Cyprus-U.S. Chamber of Commerce Celebrates 25th Anniversary Gala

Cyprus-U.S. Chamber of Commerce Celebrates 25th Anniversary Gala

NEW YORK – The Cyprus-U.
Renowned Photographer Robert McCabe on “A Postcard from Kasos, 1965”

Renowned Photographer Robert McCabe on “A Postcard from Kasos, 1965”

Renowned photographer Robert McCabe’s latest book of photography, A Postcard from Kasos, 1965 offers a glimpse into the life of the southernmost island in the Dodecanese.
Dr. Peter Frankopan on Greece: Futures in the Thalia Potamianos Lecture Series

Dr. Peter Frankopan on Greece: Futures in the Thalia Potamianos Lecture Series

NEW YORK – The Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) and Dr.
Greek-American Stefano Forte Discusses Running for NYS Senate

Greek-American Stefano Forte Discusses Running for NYS Senate

NEW YORK – Stefano Forte is running for New York State Senate in District 16 which is located in central Queens, including parts of Flushing, Forest Hills, Elmhurst, Murray Hill, Bayside, and Woodside.
Blondies, a Sweet Treat Made with Greek Olive Oil

Blondies, a Sweet Treat Made with Greek Olive Oil

Greek extra virgin olive oil is a versatile product and a staple of Greek cuisine.
Jennifer Saint’s Latest Compelling Novel, Elektra

Jennifer Saint’s Latest Compelling Novel, Elektra

Retellings of Greek myths are as old as the myths themselves.
Mary Zournazi’s Film My Rembetika Blues Now Available in the U.S.

Mary Zournazi’s Film My Rembetika Blues Now Available in the U.S.

NEW YORK – Award-winning Greek-Australian filmmaker Mary Zournazi spoke with The National Herald about her documentary film My Rembetika Blues which is being released in the U.
Sold Out Screening of Smyrna, My Beloved at the Museum of the Moving Image

Sold Out Screening of Smyrna, My Beloved at the Museum of the Moving Image

ASTORIA – The Hellenic Film Society USA (HFS) presented the New York premiere of the film Smyrna, My Beloved about the destruction of the cosmopolitan city of Smyrna and its vibrant and prosperous Greek community at the hands of the Turkish Army in 1922.

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