The well-known and well-loved Phil Bouzeos turns 95.
Suburban Chicago hockey player Basil Stamatopoulos lived every hockey fan’s dream when he was recognized by his beloved Blackhawks.
Greek Orthodox preschool is back in the City of Chicago.
Female students in Greece are making strides in the field of technology. Initiatives like Django Girls and Code it Like a Greek are paving the way.
The PanHellenic Scholarship Foundation has named Robert A. Buhler the new Chairman of the Board of Directors.
No Greek party is complete without wine and sweets. Find them at KOUZINA!
Annual conference of the Hellenic American Women’s Council (HAWC) will be in Chicago, November 6-7.
Don’t forget about philautia, Greek for self-love, during the stressful holiday season.
Immigrants’ dreams, life, love, loss, family secrets, and fate converge in the debut novel from author Effie Kammenou, Evanthia’s Gift.
One of Greece’s best kept secrets — mountain tea — is about to go mainstream. The goodness of the Greek mountainside is available in the US, thanks to Klio Greek Mountain Tea.
OXI Day means different things to different people, but it’s lessons are still important today.
A stretch of South Rockwell Street was renamed in honor of the late Nick Mirkopoulos, visionary and founder of Cinespace Film Studios.