It’s that time again, when we reveal the top 10 Positive Greek News articles of the week. Click through to get our top picks of the week!
Here’s your Positive Greek News!
It’s time to reveal this week’s Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles! WindyCity Greek is your source of Positive Greek News. In addition to our original reporting, every week, our staff follows the news online, and picks their top positive Greek news articles of the week. Here we go!
Top 10 positive Greek news articles this week:
The architecture student-turned-classically-trained singer had performed in musicals and ancient Greek plays, but her music career was largely under the radar. Read more
Although many tourists head to Crete for its beaches with a day-trip to the ruins of Knossos, supporting the local wine and olive oil producers is an authentic experience that shouldn’t be missed. Read more
n the east part of the Aegean Sea, this island has the usual hallmarks of a peaceful travel hotspot. It also has one unlikely addition; a contemporary art venue in the village of Pythagorion, which conjures a miniature Museum of Modern Art. Read more
Growers on the island are optimistic of a very good year and the usually arid island saw some much-desired rain this winter. The grapes are looking strong and healthy. Read more
We’d been on Paxos for less than half a day yet I had the giddy sensation I might just chuck it all in and stay here forever. Read more
To the west of the mainland, the Ionian islands stand apart from the rest of Greece by virtue of their lush landscapes, vast groves of stately cypress trees, Caribbean-style beaches and history of foreign occupation. Read more
More than 2,000 years before the Great American Solar Eclipse, which will darken the skies over the U.S. on Aug. 21, astronomers in ancient Greece developed their own “supercomputer” to predict eclipses just like this one. Read more
Danialle and Peter Karmanos Jr. have pledged $1 million to support the Fashion Accessories Design program and student scholarships at the College for Creative Studies, the Detroit school announced Wednesday. Read more
Rather than putting a ton of effort into an outing and then just hitting one spot, why not extend the adventure? This week, we’re pairing a visit to the National Hellenic Museum with Greek food at Greek Islands. Read more