Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles: Week of Oct 1-7

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WindyCity Greek is your source for Positive Greek News. Every week, we bring you the best of the Greek world — it’s what we like to call Positive Greek News! We also follow the news, and scout out all the Positive Greek News! Then, our staff votes on their top picks for the week. Let’s get to the top 10! Here we go!

 

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Top 10 Positive Greek News Articles this week: 

 

Alex & Eve

If My Big Fat Greek Wedding had a bi-cultural Australian child, it would be Alex & EveRead more

 

 

Why You Should Go To Greece This Fall

The scorching temperatures are down to a comfortable level, so are the crowds. Read more

 

 

Prof. Catherine Tsounis Honored For Lifetime Of Work

One hundred and fifty persons packed the Heritage Museum of Epirus at 25-14 Broadway in Manhattan on September 24 in a show of loyalty and respect for the Greek language culture and the Greek Orthodox faith in America by honoring Dr. Catherine Tsounis for her lifetime of work. Read more

 

 

Athens named emerging cultural city of the world

Athens was named the Emerging Cultural City of the Year for 2017 at the Leading Culture Destinations Award in London on Friday. Read more

 

 

THE REAL SCOOP ON GREEK WINES

In many ways Greece is the ancient epicenter to modern society. Governmental structures, intellectual gatherings, food and wine celebrations, all stem from Greece. Read more

 

 

NOVA NOTEBOOK: LAPPAS HUMBLED BY ANOTHER HALL CALL

The two events will, for Steve Lappas, long serve as happy reminders of the calendar year 2017. In January, the man who joined the Wildcats as an assistant coach to the late Rolle Massimino in 1984 and later served nine seasons as the head coach, was inducted into Villanova’s Varsity Club Hall of Fame. Read more

 

 

Greece native served the U.S. there during World War II

Gust C. Kraras was living in the United States only three years when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.Kraras, 20, a native of Greece, tried to enlist in the Army but was turned down. Read more

 

 

IOC work with Hellenic Olympic Committee to help refugees in Lesbos

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) and Hellenic Olympic Committee (HOC) will work together to develop programmes on the Greek island of Lesbos, to assist both local residents and its refugee population. Read more

 

 

Vogue’s Hamish Bowles Visits the Must-See Art Museums of Athens

This year I sandwiched a blissful break on a remote Greek island in between trips to Athens—a city that, although beleaguered by the country’s economic travails, remains a hotbed of creative activity and cultural excitement. Read more

 

Enjoyable vacation, food

We had wonderful weeks at our little village house with great food and fantastic weather. The climate in Greece is hot during the summer days, but perfect in the evenings. Read more

 


That’s it for this week! Check for a new list next Saturday!

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