Greek-American Nadia Kountoures, one of the nation’s youngest and female pilots, channeled her passion for airplanes and flying into a career.
Today marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Crete during World War II. This historic battle, which took place from May 20-June 1, 1941, changed the course of the war.
Today is the Pontian Genocide Remembrance Day, commemorating the events of 1914-1923. It’s estimated that during this period 2.75 million Armenians, Assyrians and Greeks were killed.
For many, a vacation in Greece ends with the pleasant surprise of unintended weight loss. But for others, vacation results in just the opposite. Here are some tips to avoid vacation weight gain.
In his latest book, Historian Alexander Rassogianis reveals what sparked the entrepreneurial spirit of Greek immigrants in Chicago.
Another great opportunity for our youth! Educator Alexander Kapotas has teamed up with EF Educational Tours to create a Greece tour that brings their studies to life.
Welcome our new Wine Columnist, Nicole Andersen, a.k.a Greek Wine Girl. Each month, she’ll write about the world of Greek wine.
The PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation is committed to preserving the legacy of late Founder Chris P. Tomaras. They’ll present $250,000 in scholarships and honor his memory, at the Awards Ceremony and Gala, this June 18.
Legal Correspondent Christos Kiosses specializes in assisting Greek Americans with legal issues in Greece. Here he discusses how to obtain Greek citizenship.
Many exciting things are happening at Ascension of Our Lord Greek Orthodox Church, the newest church community of the Metropolis of Chicago.