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June 2008

Nitza Melas was born in Montreal, Canada, but she’s performed all over the world (she’s a knockout in Japan), she’s produced and co-produced a number of CDs, was named “World Music Artist of the Year” at the Los Angeles Music Awards and is currently working with musician, magician and television performer Criss Angel on a Cirque du Soleil show scheduled to premiere in September at the Luxor Hotel called Criss Angel: Believe. (view entire article)

Archimandrite Tikhon's film on the
Lesson of Byzantium and on Modern Russia

Russian Greek-Orthodox Archimandrite Tikhon (born 1958 in Moscow Georgi Alexandrovich Shevkunov) studied film production before entering the clergy, and when his first work as a director and narrator was released earlier this year in “The fall of an Empire - The Lesson of Byzantium” documentary (http://vizantia.info/docs/73.htm), it created an uproar! The film deals with the Empire’s degradation and how it lost its “ability to respond to the calls of history.” A Greek version has already been released and an English version is underway. Due to a reference to the Emperor Constantine as The Drunkard, not a few critics saw in the film a portrayal of the late President’s Yeltsin’s crumbling Russia and considered the documentary an attempt to help President Putin’s hand-picked successor and current President Dmitri Medvedev win the election. (view entire article)

AHEPA Lauds Passage of Brumidi Congressional Gold Medal Bill

CThe American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association (AHEPA), a leading association for the nation’s 1.4 million American citizens of Greek ancestry, and Philhellenes, applauds Congress for passing S.254/H.R.1609, a bill to award posthumously a Congressional Gold Medal to Constantino Brumidi—the “Artist of the Capitol.”
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The life and work of Charlie Moskos

The death of Professor Charles Moskos was announced in a simple e-mail by his wife of 41 years, Ilca: “Charles C. Moskos, of Santa Monica, Calif., formerly of Evanston, Ill, draftee of U.S. Army, died peacefully in his sleep after a valiant struggle with cancer.” The nation’s leading sociologist on the American military, he was famously (...)
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Peter J. Pappas wins Cyprus-US Distinguished Merit Award

“You have to love what you are going to do, be good at it, the best, don’t waddle in between, don’t think of what the financial gains are. Do what you want to do with that passion and you will arise to the occasion. Just stay with it and be patient.” That’s the recipe to success according to Peter J. Pappas, Founder and Chairman (...)
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