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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,...

Transplanted Memories of the Heart

Louis A. Palivos, J.D., Ph.D. For several decades, reports have been published by scientists that heart and other organ recipients, acquire the personality characteristics of...

Memories of the Road to Constantinople: Hagia Sophia, Istanbul

“Today we view Hagia Sophia as an architectural achievement withstanding earthquakes. Famous for its dome. It is the masterpiece of Byzantine architecture,” said attorney...

John DeDakis talks ‘The Situation Room,’ new book and digital age

Author and journalist John DeDakis chatted with Hellenic News of America about his book "Fake (A Lark Chadwick Mystery)" and his Greek heritage. He was a senior...

Champion’s Mojo spotlights Markos Papadatos: ‘Powerjournalist with Passion’

Acclaimed editor, journalist, and author Markos Papadatos (who also serves as a Senior Editor of the Hellenic News of America) has been spotlighted by the...

On the Road in Greece: St. Demetrios Cathedral of Thessaloniki

By Catherine Tsounis “There was a historic St. Demetrios. His bones are here. There is historical proof,” explained attorney Panagiota Petropoulou during our recent Kapogiannis...

New Book Alert- My Detroit: Growing Up Greek and American in Motor City

We are pleased to announce that in cooperation with the Authors Guild an e-book edition of My Detroit: Growing Up Greek and American in Motor...

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