New York College: One of the Best Greece Has to Offer

With Greek universities locked in interminable gridlock over reforms, and some UK colleges set to triple tuition, the Athens-based New York College seems set to pick up even more students.
Bougatsa Traditional dish from Chania, Crete

The Sweet History of the Oldest Bougatsa Shop in Chania

In Chania, the famous Iordanis has been baking fresh Bougatsa - the Greek sweet filo pastry - since 1922.

Boutaris Likes Gay Pride, Hates Golden Dawn

The Mayor of Thessaloniki Yiannis Boutaris talked in an interview in the radio station Palmos 96.5 and said he supports the Gay Parade in...

Greek Journalist Pens New Novel Based on Murders She Solved

Angeliki Nikolouli, the well-known Greek journalist presented her second novel "Death by Red Lips (Thanatos me xeili kokkina)" recently in Athens.  Her first novel “I...

Dimitra Colomvakou – Keeping a 4000-Year-Old Heritage Alive

Dimitra Colomvakou is an immensely talented artist who through her passion, patience and dedication has succeeded in creating some of the most beautiful mosaic...

Lack of Education: The Greek Problem

In memory of Christos Tsolakis who recently passed away, NET public television channel transmitted a past interview with Vicky Flessa. Christos Tsolakis was a...

Future Suspended: The Legacy of the Athens Olympics (Video)

The City at a Time of Crisis, a collective research project which aims to trace the effects of the financial crisis on public space...
Panos Kouretas of Boookukoo

Bookukoo: The New Greek Book Swap App

Panos Kouretas is a graduate of the Department of Computer Engineering and Informatics at the University of Patras, he attended Harvard University for his...

Kavala President Denies Accusations of Staging Games

In response to accusations of staging soccer games, Stavros Psomiadis, President of soccer team Kavala,  claims that UEFA is not making an accurate assessment...

Greek Man Completes Dubai Desert Ultramarathon

Marios Giannakou is a young runner from the city of Drama in Macedonia, Greece. His extraordinary story of perseverance, as he transformed himself from...

Euro Working Group Head Blames Politicians for Greek Crisis, Supports Debt Relief

In an interview with the Athens News Agency, Austrian economist and outgoing chief of the Eurogroup Working Group (EWG) Thomas Wieser blames Greek politicians for...

Exclusive Interview with Jazz Musicians Maria João and Mario Laginha

What could the financial crisis bring to a small Greek city? “Unity and action,” answers Maria João, who told Greek Reporter with great excitement...

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