- A self-proclaimed “daddy’s girl” storms the construction industry and dreams big: Baltimore’s Eleni Marketis
- James Pedas Communication Center at Thiel College
- The American Hellenic Council of California Celebrates its 40th Anniversary
- Students Gain Life Changing Experiences at AHIF’s Foreign Policy Trip to Greece and Cyprus
- A Time to Weep, a Time to Remember, a Time to Honor: Survivors and their Descendants at the Holocaust Sites
A self-proclaimed “daddy’s girl” storms the construction industry and dreams big: Baltimore’s Eleni Marketis
by Cindy Klimek When you picture the owner of a contracting company, a petite, blonde, former Miss USA semi-finalist isn’t the first thing that...
James Pedas Communication Center at Thiel College
The Coordinated Effort of Hellenes congratulated one of the Greek-American community’s most generous members, Jim Pedas, on the recent inauguration of the James Pedas...
The American Hellenic Council of California Celebrates its 40th Anniversary
by Cindy Klimek This year marks the 40th anniversary of the American Hellenic Council of California. The organization was founded in 1974 as a...
Students Gain Life Changing Experiences at AHIF’s Foreign Policy Trip to Greece and Cyprus
The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) Foreign Policy Trip to Greece and Cyprus completed its sixth year as nine students from across the United...
Seven Greeks Make Forbes ‘400 Wealthiest People in the USA’ List
by Daphne Tsagari Seven billionaires of Greek origin are among the 400 wealthiest people in the USA, according to Forbes Magazine’s 2014 list. Candidates...
Greek Film Festival in New York
by Nikoleta Kalmouki The 8th New York Greek Film Festival is set to deliver American audiences a taste of memories and pictures, past and...
A Time to Weep, a Time to Remember, a Time to Honor: Survivors and their Descendants at the Holocaust Sites
by Asher J. Matathias* Yom HaShoa (the Holocaust) is so total, devastating, unique in the annals of Jewish martyrdom through the ages, it merits...
The Majesty of Sea, Surf and Montauk in the Photos of James Katsipis
by Ellen Tashie Frisina* Photographer James Katsipis, 31, lives in Montauk – the very eastern tip of Long Island’s south shore, a small beach...
The acting “whimsy” of the Zane family
Shortly after Titanic premiered all four members of the theatrical Zane clan did their favorite thing: they gathered in London as they always have...
One Man’s Journey in Greek Education
Queen Elizabeth visited Canada in 1960, and so did a young man and recent graduate of Columbia University’s Teacher’s College in New York, who...
“The Greek Monsters” at the National Hellenic Museum
A new exhibition titled “The Greek Monsters” is now open at the National Hellenic Museum (NHM). The oversized, colorful creatures are engaging for children...