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A Century Later World Finally Awakens to the Ottoman Genocide of Christians

By Michael Goodyear* In the final years of the Ottoman Empire, the Ottoman government under the Committee of Union and Progress (“CUP”) orchestrated massacres of...

The Touching Story of Two Long Lost Friends Reconnecting Through Greek Lessons

By Ada Leivada A touching story of how two long lost friends were reunited after 20 years through learning Greek online has recently come to...

A Summer Camp in Greece: Learning the Language and Having Fun While Doing It

By Ada Leivada While Christmas isn’t here yet, it's still never too early to start thinking about Summer plans, especially for those of us who...

Seven Great Reasons to Learn the Greek Language

By Ada Leivada More and more studies that praise the health benefits of studying a second language are published everyday. Recently, the Journal of Experimental...

The Enduring Philoxenia of the Greek People

By Andrew Tzembelicos Though I’ve become well-acquainted with Greek hospitality over the last seven years, having spent considerable time in the country, including living in...

The Island of Santorini Now in Urgent Need of Sustainable Tourism

“Bringing companies, consumers, and communities together is our best chance to protect destinations and ecosystems for future generations." - Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex By...

Ten Foods Not To Miss While In Greece

by Katrina Hatchett When traveling, one of the things you are bound to look forward to the most is the food. There are so many...

Athens as a Green Global Capital

By Marnie McGregor On August 25, 2019,  Kostas Bakoyannis was sworn in as Mayor of Athens, Greece. Νaturally, as the leader of Greece’s largest city,...

Greece Can Learn Invaluable Lessons on Battling Wildfires

By Andrew Tzembelicos Last year, I was closely involved in writing a report for the Government of British Columbia following the devastating 2017 wildfire season...

An Ode to Santorini’s Silent Workers: The Donkeys and Mules that Built Greece’s Paradise

By Michael Ermogenis* There is no excuse for animal abuse, exploitation or cruelty. Let’s just state that up front, so there is no confusion about...

Crete’s Minoan Theater: A Reinvestment in Excellence and Spirit

By Phil Butler, Editor of Argophilia Travel News An act of love by a Cretan woman named Anna Bastakis has given wings to a culture...

Opinion: Greece’s Next Chapter

By Andrew Tzembelicos Now that Greece is beyond the July 7 national election, it has entered a new chapter in its history. That calls for charting...

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