“The Greeks,” an important new exhibit brings together the National Hellenic Museum and the Field Museum in a historic partnership.
Short story collection, Kinda Sorta American Dream, by Chicago author Steve Karas, gives a glimpse into people’s every day lives and struggles.
New business, thrives, cares, and goes above and beyond.
New contributing writer Markos Papadatos reviews Long Island eatery GreeKrave, offering Greek cuisine with a modern approach.
Exhibit celebrates Dionysos, Greek god of wine and theatre, and his influence on ancient Greek art.
The next Gerber Baby could be Greek.
Two years ago, St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Chicago was in danger of closing. Today, the parish is thriving, energized, and growing.
Pythagoras Children’s Academy students may now be eligible to receive foreign language credit when they reach high school.
Chicago Greek entrepreneur’s Net Zero Coin finds a home at the British Museum.
Greece is represented at Milwaukee’s Holiday Folk Fair International.
Maria G. Mackavey’s colorful children’s book, Yiayia Meets Amalia, follows a grandmother’s trip to visit her granddaughter.
This year’s sold out Kouzina 2015 at National Hellenic Museum, may well have been the best one yet.