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Platanos Nafpaktias Society Honored New Ambassador to Greece George Tsunis

Platanos Nafpaktias Society Honored New Ambassador to Greece George Tsunis

NEW YORK – The Benevolent Society of Platanos Nafpaktias honored George Tsunis, the new U.
Easter in Astoria Is Alive and Well, Greek Stores Doing a Brisk Business

Easter in Astoria Is Alive and Well, Greek Stores Doing a Brisk Business

ASTORIA – Pascha in the New York Metropolitan area will be both spiritually and socially uplifting this year as many Greek-Americans and their friends and relatives will proclaim ‘Christos Anesti’ and convey their love in person for the first time since 2019.
Turkish-American Basketball Player Enes Kanter on Being Targeted for His Activism

Turkish-American Basketball Player Enes Kanter on Being Targeted for His Activism

NEW YORK – The life of basketball player Enes Kanter Freedom could be a political thriller as he has been in the crosshairs of his native country’s government with a warrant from Interpol and his Turkish passport revoked five years ago.
The 23rd Annual Capital Link Invest in Greece Forum in Person on April 11

The 23rd Annual Capital Link Invest in Greece Forum in Person on April 11

NEW YORK – An atmosphere of optimism prevailed at the ‘23rd Annual Capital Link Invest in Greece Forum: A New Era - A New Direction for Greece’ which took place as an in-person event only, April 11, at the Metropolitan Club in Manhattan.
Emotionally Charged EOKA Commemoration in Astoria

Emotionally Charged EOKA Commemoration in Astoria

ASTORIA – In an emotionally-charged atmosphere with words of intense symbolism, and a very moving artistic program, on April 3, the Cypriot community honored in a befitting way the 67th anniversary of the beginning of EOKA's struggle against British colonial rule in Cyprus.
Thunderous Applause for King Otto in Red Carpet US Premiere at MoMA

Thunderous Applause for King Otto in Red Carpet US Premiere at MoMA

NEW YORK – Emotion, nostalgia, hope, and a note of optimism - the official premiere of the film King Otto in the U.
Philadelphia Federation Hosted the Eleftheria Award & Dignitaries Banquet

Philadelphia Federation Hosted the Eleftheria Award & Dignitaries Banquet

DEPTFORD, NJ – Messages of unity and optimism set the stage for the Federation of Hellenic American Societies of Philadelphia and Greater Delaware Valley Eleftheria Award and Dignitaries Banquet at Adelphia Restaurant in Deptford, NJ, on March 19, the eve of the parade celebrating the 201st anniversary of Greek Independence.
Philadelphia in Blue and White for Greek Independence Parade

Philadelphia in Blue and White for Greek Independence Parade

PHILADELPHIA – The center of Philadelphia was painted blue and white with Greeks of all ages present on March 20 for the parade honoring the 201st anniversary of Greek Independence, two years after the last pre-pandemic parade.
The Greek Owner of The Parthenon Restaurant on the Tragic Accident

The Greek Owner of The Parthenon Restaurant on the Tragic Accident

WASHINGTON, DC – Pete Gouskos, the Greek owner of The Parthenon Restaurant in Northwest Washington, DC, spoke with The National Herald, expressing his sorrow for the tragic accident that took place outside his restaurant, which cost the lives of two unfortunate women and the injury of six other people.
Antiquities Returned to Greece in Ceremony at Manhattan DA’s Office

Antiquities Returned to Greece in Ceremony at Manhattan DA’s Office

NEW YORK – In an atmosphere of optimism and joy, a total of 55 archeological objects, of which at least three are considered to be of great value, were returned to the Greek state at an event at the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office on February 23 attended by Greece’s Minister of Culture and Sports Lina Mendoni.

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