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Friday, August 14, 2020

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Culture

Dining Around at Opa – Modern Greek Restaurant in Philadelphia

  By Jerry H. Bloom, Staff Writer   George Tsiouris, his sister Vasiliki, and Executive Chef Andrew Brown are the operating management...

Ancient Greek solution for debt crisis

By Armand D'Angour University of Oxford What advice would the ancient Greeks provide to help modern Greeks with their current financial...

Greek Folklore Society Performance at East Flushing Library Exceptional

By Catherine Tsounis   “Either dance well or quit the ballroom,” is a Greek proverb. A filled library saw the unique Greek American...

Young Student Writes Brilliant Composition

  by Aurelia   I want to share with readers of The Hellenic News of America a brilliant essay written by a friend...

KYRIE ELEYSON

By Dean C. Lomis, Ph.D. Two years ago this coming summer, in July 2010, I attended in Williamsport, Pennsylvania the Roman Catholic funeral of...

Germany’s Fingerspitzengefühl Deficit Risks World Crisis

The Huffington Post By Bill Tragos Wikipedia defines that wonderful German expression as "describing a great situational awareness, and the ability to respond...

St. Sophia Church–Jefersonville, PA

  We are thrilled to invite you to join us for an exciting and spiritually uplifting experience during the weekend of March 10th...

Save the Greeks from their Saviors!

At a time when one Greek youth out of two is unemployed; where 25,000 homeless wander the streets of Athens; where 30% of...

Hellenic Love of Liberty

By Christos C. Evangeliou The Hellenic love of liberty, like a beacon of bright light, shines through the millennial history ...

‘Up Greek Tourism’ crowd-funding project aims to raise between 5,000 – $30,000 to fund a billboard on Times Square promoting Greek Tourism

  By Mary Smith “Up Greek Tourism”, the innovative crowd-funding project for the promotion of Greece as a holiday destination, has begun collecting funds...

The Contemprary Piano IV: Impressions from Greece

The National Hellenic Museum is pleased to welcome pianist Konstantinos Papadakis, a native of Heraklion, Crete, Greece, for a Konstantinos Papadakisspecial performance of...

American Farm School’s Greek Summer 2012 Program for U.S. Teenagers

For further information, please contact Randall Warner, Communications Manger American Farm School and Perrotis College Thessaloniki, Greece [email protected] Telephone  +30-2310-492-738     February 21, 2012 ...

Viewpoint: A Moment in Russian Byzantium at Kimisis Church Southampton

By Catherine Tsounis               The theme of Russian support for Greeks since the Fall of Constantinople in 1453 has been perpetuated in...

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Christos Koutsis, Vice President of Investors Bank, has passed away

Christos John Koutsis, 63, of Paramus, formerly of Athens, Greece, passed away on Saturday, August 8, 2020. Christos worked for Investors Bank, in Short...

My parents own property in Greece

My parents own property in Greece, but I do not know if they have the right documents to prove their property rights. Also, I...

Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA) mourns the passing of Demetrios Zemenides (1942-2020)

In Memoriam Demetrios Zemenides  1942-2020 The International Coordinating Committee – Justice for Cyprus (PSEKA) mourns the passing of Demetrios Zemenides, one of its long-time collaborators in Chicago.  The...

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine Now on Solid Ground as Construction Restarts 

The people close to the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church and National Shrine at Ground Zero in New York tend to think of the...

On The Road to Constantinople: Repairs of Hagia Sophia Dome by 10th Century Armenian Architect

“All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them,” by Galileo di Vincenzo Bonaulti de Galilei, an Italian astronomer, physicist, and engineer.1Hagia Sophia...