- If you're new to rebetiko, the first thing you should know is that a "Rebetiko 101" playlist is antithetical to the spirit of the music.
- Across Europe, small rural towns have been losing population as young people move away to seek opportunity in cities.
- Can a once-thriving mountain village, today home to only nine inhabitants, come to life again?
- On March 7th, applications open for young Greek nephrologists looking to pursue a fellowship through the European Renal Association – European Dialysis and Transplant Association (ERA-EDTA).
- The newspaper of the Greek-American community, The National Herald (Ethnikos Kirikas) has been in circulation since April 2, 1915. For over a century, it has contributed to the preservation of Greek language and identity.
- Following their visits to Messinia and Lakonia, the Mobile Medical Units (MMU) left the Southern Peloponnese behind, for the time being, to move north to the village of Lidoriki, Phocis, on the slopes of Mount Giona.
- On Tuesday, March 5th, the New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) will host a panel discussion on what the latest Alzheimer’s research could mean for patients.
- Even with cold and rainy weather in Athens, spring is in the air as we enter March. We look forward to seeing all of you at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) to enjoy the smell of spring together, wear our Carnival costumes, and celebrate Sarakosti (the 40 days of Lent).
- On Saturday, March 2nd, Imani Shanklin Roberts’ latest exhibit, I AM SHE, will open at the Weeksville Heritage Center in Brooklyn.