A stretch of South Rockwell Street was renamed in honor of the late Nick Mirkopoulos, visionary and founder of Cinespace Film Studios.
The Greek Chamber Music Project Founder Ellie Falaris Ganelin seeks to promote classical compositions rarely performed, as well as a mix of folk and popular Greeks songs presented in a new way.
The Army National Guard specialist from Oregon, who along with several others, thwarted a terrorist attack on a Paris train last month, is a contestant on the new season of Dancing with the Stars.
You know the saying, “girls just wanna have fun?” Well, Rhea Garbis, a 15 year-old guitarist-singer from Richmond, IL just wants to rock.
This month, Kelly Haramis brings her acclaimed one-woman show, “Double Happiness: A Tale of Love, Loss, and One Forever Family” to the Chicago Fringe Festival.
Thodos Dance Chicago announced that they will celebrate the life of the legendary Japanese-American dance artist, Sono Osato, with a world premiere dance story titled Sono’s Journey, debuting in January 2016 at Chicago’s Auditorium Theatre.
Pantelis Voulgaris‘ film LITTLE ENGLAND, will be screened this Wednesday, August 12 at the York Theatre in Elmhurst, IL.
Actor Anthony Quinn, perhaps best known for his portrayal of Alexis Zorba in the legendary 1964 film, ZORBA THE GREEK, was also a prolific painter and sculptor. The National Hellenic Museum in Chicago is showcasing 80 of his works, as well as a replica of Quinn’s studio where he created his art until his 80s.
Film written by Chicago Greek-American Amelia Estelle Dellos and her husband Eric Anderson of Corn Bred Films, “Other Plans,” is now available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play.