Limassol: Greek-American Actress Olympia Dukakis in Rose of Martin Sherman

The Cyprus Theatre Organisation (THOK) presents Oscar winning Greek-American actress Olympia Dukakis in the  one woman play "Rose," by Martin Sherman, on April 3,...

Identifying Genuine Greek Food Products

Is it still Feta if it’s not made in Greece? Should Kalamata olives only come from Kalamata? The European Union seems to think so. In...

Canada’s Ambassador Honors GreekPropertyExchange’s Stroumboulis

ATHENS - While many Greeks in the Diaspora are wringing their hands in despair over what’s happening to their homeland during a crushing economic...

Boat Routes Suspended on Great Tuesday and Wednesday Due to Port Workers’ Strike

Port workers decided to “hit back” during Easter vacation days and according to a decision they made earlier on Monday, they announced they are...

Greek Deputy Foreign Minister Addresses Event on Modern Philhellenism

“Philhellenism is the interaction between Greece and the rest of the world” pointed out Deputy Foreign Minister, D. Dollis, during an event organized by...

Greeks Are Having Less Sex as a Result of Economic Crisis

Austerity-hit Greeks are having less sex as a result of their country’s economic crisis. Urologists in Athens surveyed six hundred men and women on their...

Archaeological Museum of Delphi Presents Exhibition on Ancient Greek Town of Empúries

Photographic material and documents from the excavations conducted in the ancient Greek town of Empúries in Spain will be presented at the Archaeological Museum...

Over 6,500 Athletes to Run the 7th International Marathon of Thessaloniki

Everything is ready for the 7th International “Alexander the Great” Marathon to commence this Sunday in Thessaloniki. The places available in both the marathon and...

Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki to Host “End to Antiquities Trafficking” Exhibition

A temporary exhibition entitled "End to Antiquities Trafficking" will open in April at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. The exhibition will run until September...

Stoa of Attalos’ First Floor at the Ancient Agora of Athens to Re-Open to...

The excavations at the Ancient Agora of Athens, which began in 1931, undoubtedly represent the greatest contribution made by the American School of Classical...

“Expulsion and Exchange of Populations (Turkey – Greece: 1922-1924)” Exhibition in Benaki Museum

Director and exhibition curator Maria Iliou and historian Alexander Kitroeff present to the audience images that were forgotten in dusty archives, as well as...

Athens Arts & Culture Group META-ACTION Goes Global With Launch Of New Project

By Stefano Ingannamorte Meta-Action today announced the launch of a new project with the aim of connecting, through photographic images, the bohemian art enclave of Metaxourgeio with the...

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