Nikolaos Tselementes: The ‘Father’ of Greek Cookbooks

At least every Greek household has a "tselemente" -- a "cookbook" that took its name after Nikolaos Tselementes, the famous chef that combined the...

Books On The Map: An Interactive Map of Greek Books

Books On The Map is an interactive map of Greek literature. Users can pin the places used by Greek writers as the main setting...

Experiencing Greece’s Wildest Carnival

The Skyros carnival is not widely known around Greece, however its entertainment and rituals make it one of the wildest events of the Greek...

HackTheBook: Redefining the Book Concept in Athens

The Onassis Cultural Centre, in collaboration with the Europeana Space Network, invites designers, artists, publishers, programmers, authors, poets, hackers and entrepreneurs to a marathon...

Healing Wounds from Sociopolitical War Through Ancient Greek Plays

The new book of author, director, and translator Bryan Doerries, entitled "The Theater of War: What Ancient Greek Tragedies Can Teach Us Today," was published...

New Graphic Book About Democracy In Greece

A team of talented artists and writers deliver a new graphic novel that presents extraordinary characters and bold colors in an effort to offer...

Polish Poet Zagajewski: ‘Being Optimistic Today is Rather Naive’

Ιn an interview to the Athens-Macedonian News Agency on Thursday, Polish poet Adam Zagajewski spoke of optimism, beauty, young people migrating to seek a better life...

Benaki Museum Hosts Soloúp Exhibit

Soloúp - pseudonym of cartoonist Antonis Nikolopoulos -- has a unique way of looking at things. For him it is important to comprehend what...

Alexander the Great Virtual Museum to be Completed End of 2015

The virtual museum for Alexander the Great, which through the internet will present the personality and the legacy of the Macedonian king to the...

Castro’s Son Arrives in Athens

“Terrorism should be addressed with political means,” said Alejandro Castro Espin, son of Cuban president Raul Castro, referring to the massacre that occurred in Paris on January 7. During...

Victoria Hislop: ‘The Island’ Author Hurts Cyprus

Frustration is spread in Cyprus for the highly anticipated new book on the occupied city of Famagusta, as British writer Victoria Hislop "whitewashes" the...

Academy of Athens Awards Writers, Historians, Musicians, Scientists

The Academy of Athens awarded writers, poets, musicians, historians and painters for their outstanding work for 2014 and lifetime achievements in a ceremony on...