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Thursday, June 24, 2021

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Culture

Greek LOL Student Stories: Novelist Voula Tsoflias and her Greek roots

“Honor’s Shadow is a story of betrayal and revenge. How can Honor control her own pressing emotions and desires, as she attempts to contain the...

The Earth on Fire

Sacred Earth The Greeks thought the Earth was the oldest of the gods. Demeter, sister of Zeus, was the closest of the Olympian deities that...

Thebes of Myth and History

Thebes was one of about 1,000 poleis (city-states) spread all over the mainland of classical Greece, the islands of the Aegean and Ionian seas,...

Catching up with Mark Grossman of ‘The Young and The Restless’

Emmy-nominated actor Mark Grossman chatted with HNAl's Markos Papadatos about playing Adam Newman on "The Young and The Restless." Grossman plays the role of Adam...

Greek civilization treasures are not for export or sale

By Dr. Evaggelos Vallianatos   In early December 2020, the Greek parliament approved a law for the export of antiquities, including entire museum collections, to foreign...

Inspiring 2021 Christmas in Moscow, Russia

The Russian Orthodox Church numbers 90 million in Russia. Positive thinking was emailed by Irina Chetina of Moscow. “Luckily, all churches are open, and...

Memories of Russia: Cathedral of the Archangel Michael, Kremlin, Moscow

I had a piece of good luck in traveling to Russia before covid-19 and Middle East problems. “We are passing by the Cathedral of...

Greek Diaspora Unites Under The Hellenic Initiative

THI's November 12 Virtual Gala Supports Businesses and Offers Crisis Relief to Those Affected by Pandemic in Greece Once again uniting the Greek diaspora and...

St. Photos Announce Scholarship in Honor of the 200th Anniversary of Greece’s Independence

In honor of the 200th anniversary of the Greek War for Independence, which will be celebrated globally in 2021, the St. Photios National Shrine...

What happened to the survivors of the 1923 Asia Minor Catastrophe?

“Sometimes even to live is an act of courage” -  Seneca, Roman philosopher. They did not have welfare. No food stamps, free lunches, medical care,...

Afternoon tea in the age of Coronavirus

By Aurelia Mozart’s Piano Symphony 21 is playing on my favorite internet radio station, “Beautiful Classical Music from Venice,” the kettle is rapidly boiling, a...

Greek-American singer Margarita to perform from Crete for Saint Sophia School in SLC

On November 6, 2020, Saint Sophia School kicks off its “All Under the Same Moon” virtual gala at 7:00 PM MST with a live...

Hellas Reborn

By Evaggelos Vallianatos, Ph.D.  The Greek Revolution In a few months, Greeks will celebrate the 200-year anniversary of their 1821 Revolution against the Turks. The decision to...

Women in Olive Oil: New Group Becomes a Global Movement

In April 2020, Jill Myers founded Women in Olive Oil (WIOO), starting with a small Facebook group that expanded globally in just a few...

The Greek Genocide of 1914-1923

The Greek Genocide (or Ottoman Greek Genocide) refers to the systematic extermination of the native Greek subjects of the Ottoman Empire before, during and...

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Αύριο ίσως είναι πολύ αργά… 

Είχα τονίσει την περασμένη εβδομάδα ότι «πρέπει να αλλάξουμε μυαλά» για να σώσουμε τον ταλαίπωρο πλανήτη μας. Δύο τρεις μέρες αργότερα δημοσιεύτηκαν στοιχεία που...

Turkey’s Long Persecution Against Pontian Christians

By Uzay Bulut In the Turkish city Trabzon, where few Christians are left, St. Maria Catholic Church has suffered its second attack this year. A...

Ο στρίγκλος που έγινε για λίγο αρνάκι 

«Δεν θέλω να συναντηθώ με τον Κυρ. Μητσοτάκη γιατί οι Έλληνες σκότωσαν πρόσφυγες. Τα σύνορά μας δεν κλείνουν και δεν θα συζητήσουμε άλλο αυτό...

Church Forgives $3.5 Million Medical Debt for 2,200 Families

The Saints Constantine and Helen Greek Orthodox Church in Webster, MA is culminating its centennial celebration by giving back in a major way. It...

The Genocidal Birth of Modern Turkey

By Dr. Robert Zaller, Professor The word “genocide,” describing the systematic physical or cultural destruction of a people, was coined in 1944 by a lawyer,...