This month, Kelly Haramis brings her acclaimed one-woman show, “Double Happiness: A Tale of Love, Loss, and One Forever Family” to the Chicago Fringe Festival.
Jeffrey Siger ups the ante in Devil of Delphi, a fascinating tale involving an international counterfeiting ring threatening not only Greece’s tourism industry, but also longstanding political dynasties.
The celebrated author Harry Mark Petrakis’ ode is his most personal and most reflective.
Illinois Governor Bruce Rauner has appointed Chicago attorney Pamela Paziotopoulos to the Illinois Criminal Justice Information Authority.
Thodos Dance Chicago announced that they will celebrate the life of the legendary Japanese-American dance artist, Sono Osato, with a world premiere dance story titled Sono’s Journey, debuting in January 2016 at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre.
As president and CEO of Ergoseal, Tom Hilaris is taking the family business to new heights.
Chicago attorney Maria Toliopoulos of RPAI, Inc. has been named among the most influential women in real estate.
Chicago-based Digerati Group has agreed to acquire Lumia Agency, which will allow them to add Web and application development along with a comprehensive managed marketing solution to their portfolio of services.
Last evening, Chicago lost one of its most beloved and respected priests, Father Byron Papanikolaou of SS Constantine and Helen Church in Palos Hills, IL.
The Olympiacos Chicago U14 Red City team captured the US Club Soccer National Cup Championship.
In a new video, actress, author, producer and proud Greek American Nia Vardalos encourages everyone to support The Hellenic Initiative’s latest endeavor to help Greece.
Pantelis Voulgaris‘ film LITTLE ENGLAND, will be screened this Wednesday, August 12 at the York Theatre in Elmhurst, IL.