Top Greek-related News Articles – Week of March 13-19

Check out our staff’s top picks of Greek-related news articles we’ve seen on the internet.

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Our staff’s top picks for Greek-related news articles this week:



How to Start a Successful Business: 17 Women Entrepreneurs Share Their Stories

One thing we can all agree on is that female entrepreneurs don’t get enough press — even the successful ones.

So let’s take a step toward changing that.

2. Sophia Amoruso: “Don’t give up, don’t take anything personally, and don’t take no for an answer,” Sophia advises. Read more



Greek restaurant Saloniki, from chef Jody Adams and crew, to open March 14

The Fenway gets an authentic, fast-casual Greek sandwich shop on March 14. Chief culinary officer Jody Adams and partners Jonathan Mendez and Eric Papachristos will open Saloniki (4 Kilmarnock St. at Van Ness Street), which serves sandwiches, plates, and salads — all under $10.50. It’s a personal project: Papachristos comes from Greece, Adams is the chef at Mediterranean spot Trade, and, well, Mendez felt strongly that there was a lack of authentic Greek food in the Boston area. Read more




John P. Calamos, Sr. Announces the Appointment of John Koudounis as Calamos Investments’ Chief Executive Officer

John P. Calamos, Sr. announced today that he has appointed John Koudounis, 50, Chief Executive Officer of Calamos Investments, a global investment management firm.  Koudounis, whose appointment is effectiveMonday, April 4, 2016, will lead the firm’s business activities, including executing the firm’s growth strategy and expanding the firm’s global footprint. Calamos will remain Chairman and Global CIO, focusing on investing and the continuity of Calamos’ investment-centric culture.  Read more



Aiming for the stars

Greek scientist Eleni Antoniadou talks exclusively to Neos Kosmos about her NASA experience, ‘Transplants Without Donors’ and her humanitarian work.
Born in 1988, 27-year-old Greek scientist and women’s rights activist Eleni Antoniadou is a well-grounded and determined futurist with a focused vision towards innovative technologies and life-changing discoveries. Read more 

Jefford on Monday: The call of Crete

Andrew Jefford visits the high-altitude vineyards of Crete and finds an ancient wine culture in renaissance…
The sun shone; the wind howled.  Ten degrees of latitude further north, and this would be a ski run. Crete, though, is the chin on Europe’s face; we’re even south of Pantelleria here. Read more



Greek Professor Invents Food that Could Fight Malnutrition

The Greek patent bread-cake “Feedback” can help in the world’s malnutrition problem, according to inventor Dimitris Kouretas, professor at the University of Thessaly.

The creators of Feedback claim that one slice contains all the nutrients and calories the human body requires in a day. Read more



Paul Avgerinos

Greek musician and producer Paul Avgerinos is the man who 30 years ago, added the term “New Age Music” to the dictionary. After all these years, the rewards came, as he won a Grammy award. He’s a gentle man, a good musician, simple, direct, and sensitive. He recently became a father. (in Greek) Read more



Miss Europe 2016 is GREECE Mikaela Fotiadis


That’s it for this week! Check back next Saturday for a new list of our staff’s top picks for Greek-related news on the web. Be well!


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