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Chancellor Linda Katehi in a Tell All Interview

By Alex Mizan* Linda P.B. Katehi became the sixth chancellor of the University of California, Davis, on August 17, 2009. As chief executive officer,...

Athens Saxophone Quartet to Make Rare Appearance in Chicago

Chicago's Katerina's is a popular club known for its eclectic mix of world music. On April 16, in its “New Sounds” Concert Series, Katerina's...

Chicago’s The Greek Star Publishes Issue Dedicated to Greek-American Education

This week, The Greek Star newspaper in Chicago, the oldest continuously published Greek newspaper in the United States, published an issue dedicated to Greek-American...

Greek-Australian Politician John Hatzistergos Announces Resignation

John Hatzistergos, widely regarded as the most substantial figure left standing for NSW Labor following Saturday’s election wipeout, is quitting. Hatzistergos – the state’s outgoing...

Mount Athos Monks Resist Paying Taxes

Monks from the 1 000-year-old autonomous monastic community of Mount Athos on defied the cash-strapped Greek government by refusing to pay property taxes on...

Tensions Plague Plans for Keratea Dump Site (video)

Another night of tensions and incidents between police and inhabitants occurred in Keratea, a working-class neighbourhood in the south-east of Athens. The inhabitants are...

Greek and Roman ancient city draws goats, cows, few tourists

Sheep graze at the ancient Greek and Roman ruined city of Cyrene in modern-day Shahaat, eastern Libya March 26, 2011. Founded in 4th century...

Future of Greece's Motorway Projects Appears Bleak

The future of Greece's five biggest highway projects is at stake because of funding shortfalls, daily Kathimerini writes.  The paper quotes recent reports, adding...

Giving from the Heart: The Philanthropy of George D. Behrakis

By Dimitri C. Michalakis/NEOmagazine The feeling stuck with him over an illustrious 40-year career in the pharmaceutical industry (from his early days at Johnson &...

Australian Genealogy Website Stores Information on Thousands of Greek Dodecanesians

The small Greek island of Kastellorizo was estimated in 2004 to have produced some 30,000 Australians – a figure which in 2011 is considerably...