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November 2007

Spending time with model and actress Patricia Kara:
a very good deal

Upon its initial airing in 2005, NBC's Deal or No Deal became a television phenomenon, and since day one the gorgeous Patricia Kara has been making contestant's dreams come true as briefcase model #9. In addition to Deal or No Deal, Patricia, who was born and raised in Chicago, has worked as a special correspondent on Extra, hosted numerous shows and events, and starred in hit shows such as NBC's Las Vegas, All of Us, Passions, Mad TV, The Young and the Restless and Beverly Hills 90210. She has appeared in dozens of commercials and modeled for major magazines from Cosmopolitan to Forbes. ...(view entire article)

The cars of our dreams
They where part of our American dream

by Dimitri C. Michalakis

My uncle owned all the cars I ever wanted. In the early 1960s when he still had hair, combed into a pompadour, he visited us in Montreal in a two-toned Chevy that he parked in our driveway, and we all ran out to gawk at the very first car in our family. We even got to jump on the seats with the leather stitch and fiddle with the lids of the chrome ashtrays that kept flipping open and shut, the height of elegance. ...(view entire article)

New York University establishes Cyprus chair

New York University inaugurated its Cyprus Chair in the History of Theory and Justice recently with a lecture on “What Zeno of Cyrus Started: Why Stoic Thinking on Justice is Important” by Richard Sorabji, Global Distinguished Professor, New York University.
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Athenagoras Award bestowed on Archbishop Demetrios

Archbishop Demetrios of America joined a prestigious group of internationally renown personalities, such as Jimmy Carter and Mikhail Gorbachev, by receiving this year’s Athenagoras Human Rights Award, the highest distinction of the Order of St. Andrew ....
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Nick Mouyaris honored

Nikos Mouyaris has been a very active leader in the Greek American community and yet a very private person, avoiding the limelight. This year, however, he made headlines not once, but twice. First he stunned Washington last May, when during the annual PSEKA conference, he proposed the creation of a central organization....
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