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The Hellenic Initiative to Bring Together Greek Diaspora in New York

The Hellenic Initiative’s 7th Annual Gala is slated for Friday, September 27, 2019 in New York. The festive annual gala is one of the main...

Greek Researcher Wins Historic Grant at University of Nebraska

Dr. Nikolaos Stergiou, a Greek native and a professor at the University of Nebraska in Omaha, is a leading researcher in the field of...

Meet the Greek-American Author Whose Book is Among Bill Gates’ Favorites

Nicholas Christakis is an author, physician and a social scientist.  He was trained in internal medicine and worked as a hospice doctor for many...

World Leaders to Gather in New York City for 2019 Concordia Summit

The 2019 Concordia Annual Summit is scheduled to take place in New York City on September 23 & 24. Founded in 2011 by Matthew A....

Greek Fire Victims: “We Have Been Left To Our Fate”

It was one of the worst days in modern Greek history. The July 23, 2018 inferno that destroyed the Greek town of Mati left 102...

Three Greek-Americans Revolutionizing the World of Political Fundraising

A groundbreaking political fundraising platform in the form of a computer app which seeks to reinvent how candidates raise money and how voters engage...

Eva Palmer Sikelianos, the American Artist Who Lived Like an Ancient Greek

A recent biography by author Artemis Leontis, titled “Eva Palmer Sikelianos: A Life in Ruins,” depicts the life and work of an atypical American...

US Educators Strengthening Greek Studies in Schools

"The Examined Life" is a program a growing number of school districts are taking part in  today across the US. Aimed at strengthening Greek...

New York-Based GreekTech Group Looking to Support Greek Innovators

The startup scene in Greece is enjoying some surprising successes, fueled by a talented and ambitious young workforce who have found themselves unable to...

US State Dept approves possible $600 million sale of MH-60R Seahawk helicopters to Greece

The State Department has cleared a possible $600 million foreign military sale of seven MH-60R Seahawk Multi-Mission helicopters equipped with ten APS-I 53(V) Multi-Mode...