Artist Diane Thodos and her family have made an impact on the cultural life of Chicago for decades. Discover what inspires Diane to create her expressionist art.
This month, we put Chicago-based Author Alexander Rassogianis in the spotlight. Meet him and learn about his latest work.
Koraes Elementary School students excel academically in a nurturing environment with emphasis on faith and culture. Go #AllinforKoraes at the 2nd annual gala this April 29.
Last month, we were saddened to hear of the passing of Dr. George Alexopoulos. Here, we remember fondly this pillar of the community. May his memory be eternal.
It’s time for the next installment in our series of Q&A with Greek-Americans living in Greece. Meet Chicago native Georgia Karountzou.
Chicago Attorney George S. Bellas has been named an Illinois Super Lawyer for the 13th consecutive year. Meet the Principal and Senior Partner of Bellas & Wachowski.
It’s time for the next installment in a series of Q&A with Greek-Americans living in Greece. This time, we caught up with Chicago area native Maria Louiza Lyberi.
What’s Jane Monzures up to now? The multi-talented radio and TV host, entrepreneur, and philanthropist is ever-evolving. She perseveres, always tries to make a difference, and does everything with love.
In his latest book, Historian Alexander Rassogianis reveals what sparked the entrepreneurial spirit of Greek immigrants in Chicago.
Greek-American Playwright Maria Burnham’s new production explores a Greek mother’s desperation and the extreme lengths she goes to get what she wants.
Our next installment in a series of Q&A with American-born Greeks living in Greece. Chicago native Elena Paravantes shares her story.