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AHI Athens Dinner Honors Past President of Greece, Spotlights National Issues

AHI Athens Dinner Honors Past President of Greece, Spotlights National Issues

ATHENS – The American Hellenic Institute (AHI) held its 18th annual Athens Awards Dinner at the Grande Bretagne hotel in Athens on May 3.
Unknown Mikis – Listen Closely, and You Will Hear Beethoven Roaring… And Crete Whispering

Unknown Mikis – Listen Closely, and You Will Hear Beethoven Roaring… And Crete Whispering

ATHENS – The island of Crete, the site of Europe’s first civilization, is one of the most remarkable places on Earth – and while not all spectacular places produce great men and women, it has given birth – or is the place of the roots – of some of history’s most extraordinary people: the great statesman Eleftherios Venizelos, the sublime painter El Greco, the powerful writer Nikos Kazantzakis, and the transcendent composer Mikis Theodorakis.
AHEPA Excursion to Greece, Cyprus and Constantinople Concludes

AHEPA Excursion to Greece, Cyprus and Constantinople Concludes

ATHENS – The official delegation of the annual AHEPA Family Leadership Excursion to Greece, Cyprus and Constantinople have returned home after a series of informative meetings that put the various crises confronting the Hellenic homeland and diaspora – as well as the world as a whole – into perspective.
Church Power May Βe Dispersed, but Christ’s Love for Humanity Radiates from His Rock and His Cave

Church Power May Βe Dispersed, but Christ’s Love for Humanity Radiates from His Rock and His Cave

ATHENS – ‘Pascha ton Ellinon – Pascha of the Hellenes!’ is a part of the Easter services of the Orthodox Church and of the life of Greeks everywhere.
Ripped from History and the Headlines: The Siege of Misolonghi Remembered in Music and Poetry

Ripped from History and the Headlines: The Siege of Misolonghi Remembered in Music and Poetry

ATHENS – Beneath a beautiful reproduction of the iconic painting ‘Sortie of Missolonghi’ which graces the National Gallery of Athens – created by the great painter Theodoros Vryzakis, who was a child during the Greek Revolution – on April 5 sitting Greek judges, several of them members of Greece’s Supreme Court, presented ‘Ola Ta Kastra Pesane – All the Forts Have Fallen.
Annual AHEPA Excursion More Important Than Ever

Annual AHEPA Excursion More Important Than Ever

ATHENS – The annual AHEPA Family Leadership Excursion to Greece, Cyprus, Constantinople, and Israel, is now underway, more important than ever given the war in Ukraine, the lingering pandemic, and looming threats from Turkey to Greece and Cyprus.
NYU and U. of Piraeus Program’s Panel Spotlights Ukraine, Energy

NYU and U. of Piraeus Program’s Panel Spotlights Ukraine, Energy

ATHENS – Dramatic turns in international relations and the global energy market form a perfect backdrop for the University of Piraeus’ new Master’s program in American Studies: Politics, Strategy and Economics, which was one of the sponsors, along with the Council for International Relations – Greece (CFIR-GR) of a recent panel discussion titled ‘Integration and Disintegration in the Eastern Mediterranean: Energy, Security and Migration.
Singing and Laughing are Coming Back in Athens

Singing and Laughing are Coming Back in Athens

ATHENS – Slowly but surely, live entertainment is returning to Athens, and one of the most pleasant and convenient venues is the ‘Foyer’ at Θέατρο Τζένη Καρέζη – the theater near Syntagma Square named in honor of the late Tzeni Karezi, one of Greece’s most beloved actresses.
Aldemar Resorts: A Home in Greece for Body, Mind, and Soul

Aldemar Resorts: A Home in Greece for Body, Mind, and Soul

Aldemar Olympian Village and Aldemar Royal Olympian are situated on a lengthy stretch (2 kms) of golden sands, one of the glorious beaches of the Western Peloponnese.
Western Greece: More than a Gateway to Greece – A Divine Destination

Western Greece: More than a Gateway to Greece – A Divine Destination

Western Greece possesses archaeological, natural, gastronomic, and cultural riches that rival those of any other part of Greece – or the Mediterranean – but somehow it is one of Greek Tourism’s big secrets.

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