Greece and Greeks are in the headlines! Find out our staff’s picks for the top 10 positive Greek news articles this week. Let’s go!
Positive Greek News is here!
Welcome back to our regular Saturday feature, Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles! WindyCity Greek was created to promote all the innovating, exciting, and positive news in our Greek community, here in Chicago and around the world. Our small but mighty staff is committed to bringing you this news, that otherwise may not be told. In addition to our original reporting, every week, our staff follows the Greek news online, and votes on the top positive Greek news articles of the week. So are you ready? Let’s reveal this week’s top 10!
Top 10 positive Greek news articles this week:
But by summer’s end, we’re honestly a little rosé-ed out. While we’d like to step out of our blush-hued bubble, the idea of trying to decipher which red wines are light enough to be summer-friendly and which whites aren’t too sugary sweet to drink is overwhelming. Read more
Constadina Voulgari-Kontesopoulou was recently crowned winner in the regional (Mediterranean) semi-final of an international culinary competition, in Tel-Aviv. Read more
After the unveiling of the bronze Sculpture of the Greek Immigrant on June 30, the next big goal for the community is the creation of a museum dedicated to the tens of thousands of Greek immigrants who arrived in the city in search of a better life. Read more
Remember when Greece was in shambles and it seemed the fate of Europe’s economy rested on that country’s debt crisis? You should look again. Read more
Greece’s Ministry of Agriculture is setting up a working group to coordinate information on the production of Greek yogurt. Read more
Dr. Jim Vailas doesn’t take a back seat to anyone in sports medicine and his athletic accomplishments. Read more
After an exciting two days exploring Athens’ historical marvels, R. Gowri goes island-hopping in the Saronic Gulf, sailing across the blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Read more
Summer’s finally here, and all we want to be drinking is something thirst-quenching and cold. Next time the craving for a chilled glass of white strikes, forget your go-to Sauvignon Blanc and spring for something more interesting instead. Read more
New list next Saturday!
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