No Discounts for Greek Art at Sotheby’s and Bonhams

The poor economic circumstances that we are under have also an influence on the upcoming Greek Sales of Sotheby's and Bonhams on November. Terpsichori...

Number of Households Needing Food Aid on the Rise

Hunger is increasingly becoming a problem among poor Greek households, with more and more families unable to make ends meet, the Greek branch of...

Catherine Deneuve Stars in Yannis Smaragdis’ New Film

The life of the Greek pirate, patriot and merchant Ioannis Varvakis will be revived on the big screen by Yannis Smaragdis, director of "El...

More Than Just Numbers: the Blood Price Behind the Greek Debt

There’s something noticeably ironic about the fact that the current European crisis began in Greece[...]

Rodrigo and Gabriela to Perform November 19th and 20th

Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero are going to perform at Gazarte, two years after their last sold-out performance in Athens. Rodrigo and Gabriela are two...

Sudanese Exhibition in Athens

The Benaki Museum for Islamic Arts is about to host a special event in the agora of Ancient Athens. An exhibition of photographs documenting...

Greek Pioneer Graphic Designer Freddie Carabott Passes Away

Greek prominent graphic designer Freddy Carabott passed away last Saturday at the age of 87. Carabott was born in Greece in 1924 to an English...

1st Turkish Food Festival in Athens

The Westin Athens hotel introduces the matrimony of the Turkish and Greek cuisines.  Under the aegis of the Turkish Embassy and Turkish Airlines, the Westin...

Despite Debt Crisis Greece Excels in Art

While Greece is further reaching a financial dead end, its art is steadily gaining ground, points out an extensive New York Times article on...

New Site for Athens Museum of Folk Art

After years of waiting, the Greek Museum of Folk Art, founded in 1918 by the well-known poet Giorgios Drosinis and by a group of...

The Newest Greek Odyssey: Living in Strikeland

State schools closed, hospitals running only on emergency staff, trash piling up, trains halted, metro and cabbies on strike, tax offices closed, customs officers walking out of their jobs, airlines grounded[...]

Crisis Changes People’s Εating Habits

Nine out of 10 Greeks have changed their food shopping habits since the debt crisis started eating into household budgets with one in four...

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