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Leonidas Kestekides, The Greek Confectioner Who Conquered the World

The story of the world-famous Leonidas chocolates and pralines is as rich as the confections themselves. It all began with a Greek chocolatier Leonidas...

Sex Strike: Why Ancient Greek Play Lysistrata is Trending in the US

The ancient Greek play, Lysistrata, became a trending topic in the US after protesters called for a sex strike in the wake of the...

Russia Expels Greek Diplomats

Russia declared eight Greek diplomats “personae non gratae” and gave them eight days to leave the country, the Russian foreign ministry said on Monday. According...

Astoria: The New Greek Mafia Series Made in USA

Throughout his career, Greek-American actor Theo Pagones has been typecast as an Israeli tough guy, a Russian henchman, an Armenian thug. As someone who idolized...

Top Three Greek Islands Not to be Missed

There are many smaller, lesser known greek islands that are the perfect escape from the crowds of tourists

Greek Teen to Compete in International Microsoft Office Specialist Championship

Greek computer whizz Christos Letsios, 16, is headed to the Microsoft Office Specialist Championship after proving his skills in the program PowerPoint. Letsios, who hails...

Sister Nectaria: The Only Greek in Kolkata Is Mother to Thousands

A Greek Orthodox nun in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), India has become a symbol of the eternal fight against poverty, illiteracy, child trafficking, and prostitution...

Calypso’s Paradise: Gavdos, the Southernmost Greek Island

Gavdos is the southernmost Greek island, located to the south of its much larger neighbor, Crete.

The Great Greek Benefactor Stavros Niarchos

Stavros Niarchos, the great Greek benefactor, passed away on this day 25 years ago, leaving a foundation that continues his philanthropy

Burial Gifts Discovery at Infant’s Grave a First at Ancient Greek City

Archeologists at the ancient Greek city of Kelenderis on the Turkish coast have, for the first time, discovered burial gifts, including glass bracelets, at a...