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Archdiocesan Choir to Offer Christmas Concert December 18

The renowned Archdiocesan Cathedral Choir, youth choir and orchestra will present its 45th annual Cathedral Christmas concert, called "The Sounds of Christmas," on Saturday December 18th, 2021 at 7:30PM. An online broadcast of "The Sounds of Christmas" concert will be available from December...

Christmas 2021 Celebrations Planned Throughout Greece

Christmas celebrations in theme parks have been very popular in recent years and this holiday season will be special as they were closed last year because of the pandemic

32nd Annual Greek Economic Summit Kicks Off on Monday

The American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce is kicking off its 32nd annual Greek Economic Summit on Monday. The summit will take place from December 6-8 in Athens, Greece. This year's events will be a synthesis of in-person and virtual participation...

Countdown to Christmas: Athens Embraces the Festive Spirit

The City of Athens has entered the holiday season early this year, as Greece’s capital celebrated the lighting of the Syntagma Square Christmas Tree on the evening of Tuesday, November 23. “Athens’ neighborhoods have been decorated early this year, offering...

People of Service and Courage to be Honored by Oxi Day Foundation

The Oxi Day Foundation announced recently the honorees that will receive the Oxi Service and Courage Awards and Calamos Service Award on October 28, on the anniversary of the historic "Oxi" (No) Greece said in 1940 to the fascist...

Laura Bush, Former First Lady of the US, Awarded at Concordia Summit

Laura Bush, the former First Lady of the United States, was awarded with the 2021 Leadership Award on Wednesday at the Concordia Summit taking place in New York. The annual Summit, taking place in parallel with the UN General Assembly,...

Thessaloniki International Fair: The History of the Region’s Biggest Event

The Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF) is a commercial exhibition event of great importance in Greece and Southeastern Europe, taking place annually in Thessaloniki, Greece. Thousands of visitors from Greece and across the world flock to Greece’s second city to be entertained,...

August’s Full Moon Events At Athens’ Acropolis Museum

August's Full Moon will be celebrated at the Acropolis Museum with moonlit dinners at the restaurant to mark the annual spectacle.

AHEPA Celebrates 99 Years of Service in Athens Convention

Celebrating 99 years, the order of AHEPA commenced in Athens with its international convention in plenary sessions and ceremonies, bestowing the organization’s highest honors on the President of the Hellenic Republic, the Prime Minister of Greece and the President of Cyprus.

Louis Tikas: The Greek-American Symbol of Labor Rights

As the leader of the Ludlow miners Louis Tikases went on strike over the inhumane working conditions at the Rockefeller mines.

The 1821 Greek Revolution Comes to Life on Public Buildings

The 1821 Greek Revolution came alive throughout the country on Saturday via the projection mapping technique for the 200-year anniversary

Stoicism Used by US Military to Help Treatment of PTSD

The US Military is engaging with the Greek philosophy of stoicism to explore the ways in which its tenets resonate across life in the military

Greece Approves Dior Fashion Event at Panathenaic Stadium

Greece on Friday gave a "green light" to the temporary concession of the Panathinaikos Stadium for Dior's fashion event on June 17.

Greek Evzones Dressed in Pontic Costume Honor Victims of Genocide

Hundreds of people gathered in Athens’ Syntagma Square to mark the Pontian Genocide and watch the evzones dressed in Pontic costumes

Athens and Epidaurus Festival Returns with Over 80 Performances

The annual Athens and Epidaurus Festival will reopen to live audiences this year on June 1, with over 80 productions scheduled till October.