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May 2020 Week 4


WESTFIELD, NJ – The Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church Cultural Committee hosts a symposium on Friday, June 2, 7 PM, on the Ecumenical Patriarchate: The Mother Church from Glory to Captivity.

ATHENS. Prime Minister Ioannis Sarmas chaired the first full-length meeting of the caretaker cabinet at Maximos Mansion on Saturday.

The Fordham Review published a special essay, titled A Ram from Sparta by Constantine N.

SAN FRANCISCO – Secretary Hillary Clinton just endorsed Eleni Kounalakis to become California’s next and first female governor, according to an email from the Kounalakis campaign.

NEW YORK – The impressive, premium Greek wines from two great wineries, Lantides and Dougos, were featured at a tasting event held at Stafili in New York City on May 25.

Former diplomat and presidential advisor Henry Kissinger marks his 100th birthday on Saturday, outlasting many of his political contemporaries who guided the United States through one of its most tumultuous periods including the presidency of Richard Nixon and the Vietnam War.

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Johnny Rutherford and Gordon Johncock delivered spectacular results at the 1973 Indianapolis 500 that were overshadowed by perhaps the worst month in the history of the storied race.

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas’ GOP-led House of Representatives was set to hold historic impeachment proceedings against Attorney General Ken Paxton on Saturday as the scandal-plagued Republican called on supporters to protest a vote that could lead to his ouster.

The issue of the voting rights of expatriate Greeks is again wide open.

WASHINGTON (AP) — Work requirements for federal food aid recipients have emerged as a final sticking point in negotiations over the looming debt crisis, even as President Joe Biden said Friday that a deal is “very close.

The islands of Greece are a paradise for foodies as the bright sunshine and typically dry climate concentrate the flavors of the produce so that something as simple as a salad can become a transcendent experience.


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