Too Late For To Potami in Greece
Once upon a time, Athens had a river running through it, the Kifissos, flowing from Mt. Parnitha through the city down to the Saronic Gulf. A city really needs a river or body of water to be considered World...
The Slow Death Of Greece’s KKE Communists
If she weren’t so obtuse, you could say that Aleka “Irrelevant” Papariga, who has dragged Greece’s Communist party down so low you’d need a microscope to find it - appropriate when you're looking for amoeba anyway - saw the...
The Moulin Rouge Dancer from Crete
Antonis Kosmadakis was born in Crete, Greece. He started dancing at the age of 18, at the School of Classical and Contemporary Dance of Klaire Giouavanaki. According to Kosmadakis’ statements to ellines.com network, his immersion in dancing occurred by chance....