Next in our National Poetry Month series, we feature a young Greek poet from Koraes Elementary School in Palos Hills, IL. Read her sage — and often forgotten — words.
Have old 78s and other old music media lying around? New York-based Archive of Contemporary Music wants your old Greek records. And Keith Richards is in on it. Here’s why.
Christos Anesti! Read this year’s Pascha Encyclical from our newly enthroned Metropolitan Nathanael of Chicago. Eis polla eti Despota! Kalo Pascha!
It’s National Poetry Month! We’re featuring young Greek poets from Chicago’s Greek Orthodox Parochial Schools. Today’s poet is from Pythagoras Children’s Academy.
Greek-American Businessman & Philanthropist John P. Calamos, Sr.’s gift created IIT’s 1st Endowed Philosophy Chair. Find out why he believes it’s important.
Greek-American Author Marianne Aleck traces her family history to reveal a story worthy of a soap opera. Learn about The Liberty Club and read our review.
Welcome back to our series commemorating Women’s History Month. Learn about the wonderful, important work of the American Women’s Organization of Greece.
Today is the 197th anniversary of the start of the Greek Revolution. Find out about some Greek Independence Day celebrations, and more.
Happy Saturday! It’s time for our weekly recap. Click through to get the this week’s Top 10 Positive Greek News articles online. New list every week!
What do you get when one of Greece’s ancient superfoods is combined with the knowledge of modern day science? An amazing skin care line by Lira Clinical.
Welcome back to our series celebrating Women’s History Month! This time, let’s meet award-winning Greek soprano Maria Kostraki.