Congratulations to our Essay Contest Winner Demetrios Maroutsos! On this Greek Independence Day, read on to learn what this Greek-American student had to say about the ‘Hellenic Spirit’.
This week, let’s meet Kallirhoe Parren, one of the first Greek feminists, who was also the first Greek female journalist and editor.
Welcome back to Jewel School! Spring is wedding season! So let’s talk about bridal jewelry in ancient Greece. If you’re about to tie the knot, and even if you’re aren’t, check this out!
It’s Women’s History Month! This week, Author Elaine Cotsirilos Thomopoulos profiles several pioneering Greek-American women in Illinois. Read their stories.
Dr. Angeline Beltsos, MD of Vios Fertility Institute reveals another important component of fertility — genetic code. Here’s what you need to know.
The Greek-American story is also the great American story. Click to learn more about National Hellenic Society’s initiatives to make American Greek again.
It’s story time at Jewel School! Did you know there was an Ancient Greek gemologist? Read on to learn more about him, and about gems in myth and lore.
Meet an American who left a high-flying career to settle in Greece. At Vilia Soap Company, she maximizes the potential of nature’s bounty. Get a coupon too!
We’ve examined the egg and sperm. In this month’s Fertility Logia, let’s talk about the uterus. Check out these 10 must-know facts about the uterus.
It is with profound sadness that we report the passing of longtime NHIBT chairman and dear friend of WindyCity Greek, Mr. Phil Bouzeos. He was 96.
Welcome to Jewel School! In this series, Jewelry Designer Paraskevi of Paul’s Jewelers will explore Classical Greek themes in jewelry and adornment.
In this next installment of Fertility Logia, Dr. Angeline Beltsos, MD of Vios Fertility Institute talks about the importance of sperm health.