Trump, Sanders in NH Blowout

MACHESTER, NH – The polls had barely closed before just about all of the major networks called the election. Bernie Sanders (D) and Donald Trump (R) each were far ahead by comfortable double-digit leads, the only drama remaining which of the Republicans would finish in the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th slots, which were up for grabs among Iowa winner Ted Cruz, establishment favorites Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio, and John Kasich, who put all his eggs into the Granite State, and it looks like it’s paying off at least for the moment.

If the results are confirmed, Chris Christie will finish a disappointing sixth, perhaps leading to an earlier-than-expected departure from the race. Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson were a distant seventh and eighth, and Jim Gilmore wasn’t even a blip on the radar screen.

The primaries next turn to Nevada and South Carolina within the next two weeks, before the Super Tuesday sweepstakes on March 1.



ATHENS – The Greek-American candidates who ran for office in the European Parliament elections may not have managed to win any seats, but they had a very good showing that allows them to feel that they have dropped an anchor for good in the political scene of their homeland.

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NEW YORK – Meropi Kyriacou, the new Principal of The Cathedral School in Manhattan, was honored as The National Herald’s Educator of the Year.


1 of 2 Abducted Louisiana Children is Found Dead in Mississippi after Their Mother is Killed

JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Louisiana woman was found dead in her home Thursday, and her two young daughters were abducted and found hours later in Mississippi — one dead and the other alive, police said.

On the dawn of Monday, June 10, the day after the European Parliament elections, a different Europe appeared, with a furrowed and darkened face indicating that the cycle of prosperity and political stability has ended and another rather vicious cycle has begun, foreshadowing adventures in the political, social, and economic realm.

Today, I will talk about a food that I associate with summer, shellfish, as that is their ‘season’ in the Mediterranean.

THRU AUGUST 4 STOCKBRIDGE, MA – ‘Microcosms: A Solo Exhibition of Selected Works’ by Peter D.

LONDON - A second generation Greek-Cypriot in London, Georgina Hayden has used her heritage to write cookbooks showing off recipes from her homeland and her latest, Greekish, offers everything from Baklava cheesecake to Burnt Butter Eggs and Goat’s Cheese.

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