Basile will perform live tonight in Valparaiso, IN. “A Pinch of Basile” will benefit St. Iakovos Greek Orthodox Church. Guest contributor Helen Lucaitis sat down with Basile for a Q&A. By: Helen Lucaitis Q&A with Comedian Basile Q: Where did you grow up? A: I was raised on Long Island, NY. About ten miles west of Riverhead, NY. My family’s church was Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church in Port…
Writer, poet, and English professor Christopher Bakken’s love affair with Greece — its myths, food, history, and people — are evident in his new poetry collection.
Athens-based architect and Chicago native Katerina Sirouni helps owners decode Greek property laws. In this post, she brings the latest news in the world of Greek property, including a recently extended deadline, a new tax refund, and more.
In honor of Women’s History Month, we remember Laskarina Bouboulina, heroine of the Greek War of Independence.
Check out our staff’s top picks of Greek-related news articles we’ve seen on the internet. WindyCity Greek is your source for all positive Greek-related news and content. We scour the web so you don’t have to, and bring you the best! Check back every Saturday for a new list. Our staff’s top picks for Greek-related news articles this week: Nutrition: Mediterranean Diet Looks Good for Alzheimer’s The Mediterranean diet, high in monounsaturated fat…
North America’s largest showcase of EU cinema — 19th Annual EU Film Fest in Chicago includes 62 films from all 28 EU nations, including premieres from Greece and Cyprus. Runs through March 31.
“Inspired by Antiquity” at Chicago’s Hilton|Asmus Contemporary, showcases the work of several talented artists inspired by Greek art, architecture, and history.
Australian-born initiative, Speak Greek in March, aims to engage the Hellenic Diaspora in effort to proliferate the use of the Greek language.
Chicago’s Hellenic Foundation hones it mission to better serve the community, with innovative initiatives and a new grant program.