Writer Iakovos Kambanellis Museum Opens Up on Naxos
A museum dedicated to Greek poet, playwright and author Iakovos Kambanellis has opened on the Aegean island of Naxos where he was born, giving visitors a chance to view the writer's work, archives and many personal items donated by...
Greek Man Uncovers Earliest History of Singapore
Kostas Ikonomopoulos, a 43-year-old Greek national who has been living in Singapore with his wife and daughter for the last several years, has uncovered many of the country’s hidden secrets. It all began when the science book publishing executive...
World Traveler Leon Logothetis Wants You to #GoBeKind
Leon Logothetis has based his books, shows, and global adventures on one theme: that people are essentially good, and you can do anything with the kindness of strangers and human connection, as Leon learned when he traveled across the country and...
Writer Georges Sarri Passed Away
On June 9, early in the morning, beloved children's writer and actress, Georges Sarri, passed away at the age of 87. Born in 1925 in Athens to a French mother and father of Minor Asia (he lived in Ayvalik), Georges...
Literature Week Held in Munich Greek Schools
The Aristofanis Association in Munich devoted one week to the work of the author George Lekakis, who writes about folklore issues. This event was part of several events undertaken by the Greek schools of the Bavarian capital, organized in collaboration with...
Victoria Hislop: ‘I Was at the Party in Greece, Now I’m Sharing the Hangover’
Victoria Hislop is a best-welling British author of "The Island and The Thread" books, stories of which take place in Greece. She first visited Greece on holiday almost 30 years ago and she still remembers that summer heat upon her arrival. Her Greek...
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