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A Bottle of Ouzo—and Its Connection to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla

How does ouzo, the anise-flavored aperitif that is widely consumed in Greece and Cyprus, relate to Albert Bourla?

The Japanese Bouzouki Player Who Performs Greek Rebetika

It is not often that you see a Japanese bouzouki player, much less a woman, indulging in her favorite instrument in faraway Kobe in Japan

The Greek Musician Who Played Bouzouki During Brain Surgery

A Greek man was playing bouzouki in the operating room while the doctors were performing brain surgery on him

Ouzo, The Spirit of the Greek Summer

The anise-flavored drink Ouzo is deeply connected with the nation of Greece. It is simply the spirit of Greek summer which no one can copy.

Manolis Chiotis: Star of Greek Music was Bouzouki Virtuoso

Manolis Chiotis is considered to be one of the greatest bouzouki players of all time. The musician, composer, and singer revolutionized Greek music with...

Greek Runner Costas Gelaouzos Wins Athens Authentic Marathon

Greek runner Costas Gelaouzos won the 38th Athens Marathon in 2 hours 16 minutes 49 seconds on Sunday leading a sweep of the podium...

Greek-Australians Launch “OuzoTalk,” Podcast on Greece’s Libation

The Greek diaspora now has a new podcast to listen to, following this week’s launch of "Ouzo Talk" across all major podcasting platforms. It...

Korean National Anthem Performed on Bouzouki by Greek Composer

Award-winning Greek musician and composer Tsalikian Miran honored 60 years of friendship between Korea and Greece by playing the Korean national anthem on the...

Greek Bouzouki Virtuoso Wins Classical Music Award in Vienna

Greek bouzouki virtuoso Michael Paouris won first prize at the Classical Music Competition held last Sunday in Vienna. Paouris won the international event at the...

Ouzo and Tsipouro are Officially Greek Beyond Europe Too

The European Union approved the geographical indication for ouzo and tsipouro, making the famous alcoholic beverages officially Greek.