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Wine Making in Greece Through The Centuries

Farmers in Greece name September Trygitis or Trigominas (meaning the month of harvest activities). Wine harvesting is one of the hardest and most strenuous activities, as it does not begin everywhere at the same time. The harvest depends on the...

What Is It Like to Be Greek?

Over the last few years, so many controversial things have been heard of poverty-stricken Greece since the economic crisis broke out. Rise in the unemployment rate, in social inequalities as the rich got somehow richer and the poor poorer....

Homer's Iliad in Livathinos’ Five-Hour Play

The well-known theater director, Stathis Livathinos, undertook a very ambitious and highly difficult task of staging the complete Iliad of Homer. The director puts on stage, for the first time in the history of the theater, the ancient Greek...

Easter Lamb and Kokoretsi From Homer's Time

Very few know that traditional Greek Easter dishes and their cooking methods were known to the ancient Greeks since five thousand years ago. When Ancient Greeks roasted lamb on a spit, as there were no brushes or lemons then, they...

Odyssey At Milan’s Piccolo Teatro Gains Raves

The audience of the Piccolo Teatro welcomed with enthusiasm the performance Odyssey by Robert Wilson, at the premiere which was held on April 2, in the historic Italian theater of Milan. The Greek National Theater's production was presented in...

Homer’s ‘Odyssey’ Headed to Space

Warner Bros is gearing up to create a new version of Homer's "The Odyssey" that will set the Greek epic in space, according to Deadline. The movie studio has put James DiLapo in place to begin writing the script for...