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...

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...

Joy of Sexus: Ancient Greece’s Erotic Life

The ancient Greeks' sexual life as depicted in literary, historical and artistic evidence, has become a major subject of interest over the past decades...

Profile of the Greek Reader

The Greek magazine “The Reader” organized a book conference on the profile of the Greek Reader. The conference was held in Thessaloniki during the...

November 17 Member’s Published Book Causes Tension

The recently published autobiography by convicted member of the Greek terrorist organization November 17, Dimitris Koufontinas, which is available from March 5, in Greek...

Great Greek Books to Read

The summer season is slowly approaching and plans for some down time are starting to take shape. This is a perfect time to choose...

Hotel Opens First Beach Library in Greece

The Thalatta Seaside Hotel in Agia Anna, Euboea, Greece found a clever way to nudge its guests to read books during their holidays. The hotel...

What Kind of Books Do Greeks Read?

Greeks love books and enjoy reading before falling asleep at night, even more so on the beach during the summertime. During the recession in...

The Spare Greek Diet Of WWII

Few Greeks are left to remember what happened 72 years ago this month, when, after the Greek Army repulsed the invading Italians at the...

Academy of Athens Library Presents Its Treasures

A book stabbed by Emmanuel Rhoides in a fit of anger, letters of Eleftherios Venizelos and Dionysios Solomos, the first edition of the “Hymn...

Τhe Greek Covers of Time Magazine

TIME is the most read magazine in the world, focusing on issues related to significant people who offered aid or excelled with their actions. A variety...

Greece’s Capital Through Ben Loulou’s Camera

  In the secret alleys and bizarre areas of Athens and Piraeus, photographer Didier Ben Loulou managed to capture on camera, the energy flow within...

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