Cliffs of Freedom, a new film bringing the epic struggle of the Greek Revolution alive for modern audiences, hits theaters on March 1. Learn more.
Greek-American Patricia Kara is back on CNBC’s ‘Deal or No Deal’. Learn more about #9, her Chicago Greek roots, and get some dish on the show.
Greek poet and playwright Dimitris Lyacos is someone you should know. From one poet about another, here’s why. Just in time for National Poetry Month!
Have old 78s and other old music media lying around? New York-based Archive of Contemporary Music wants your old Greek records. And Keith Richards is in on it. Here’s why.
Welcome back to our series celebrating Women’s History Month! This time, let’s meet award-winning Greek soprano Maria Kostraki.
Next in our celebration of Women’s History Month, meet Greek-American Filmmaker Shelly Papadopoulos, preserving SoCal’s Greek history, one doc at a time.
The group Greek Instagramers Events creates shows like the #My_Greece exhibition to showcase and promote the beauty of Greece through amateur photography. Learn more!
‘Echoes of Athens’ first hit the airwaves in 1949. Today, this Atlanta-based station is broadcast around the world. Read on to learn more.
Markos Papadatos, Power Journalist & Entertainment Reporter for WindyCity Greek, was recently named “Journalist of the Year”. Meet him!
Ever watch ‘Pawn Stars’? One of its experts is Greek-American Steve Grad. Find out how he turned a childhood hobby into a dream job.
We often ask, “What should we do this weekend?” Chicago Greek Eleni Masouras answers the question for you, with ‘Your Chicago Weekend’. Check it out!
Fascinating photo exhibit at National Archaeological Museum chronicles how precious artifacts were hidden and secured during WWII.