- Marpissa is one of Paros’s most beautiful villages, built amphitheatrically at the top of a small hill. It is a traditional Cycladic settlement that has retained its original island character unchanged.
- “A new exhibition is opening in Lemnos, for all local residents and visitors to the island who wish to get acquainted with the rich history of Greek traditional costumes.” Lyceum of Greek Women of Lemnos
- The 2020-21 school year will be different, in many ways, for the high school students of the Arsakeia Schools in Ioannina.
- The debate about whether August is a great time to be in Athens, or not, will never end.
- A mysterious cache of broken figurines. An Aegean maritime sanctuary older than known worship of gods there. Thousands of tons of marble used to transform a landform into an enormous “pyramid.”
- The Greek island of Chios is known for its traditional villages, the historical estate of Kampos, its distinctively flavored mastic resin and its citrus.
- Socrates may have corrupted the youth of Athens with philosophy, but the Socrates Sculpture Park is delighting the youth of New York with summer arts programming.
- The summer 2019 season of Classical Theatre of Harlem’s Uptown Shakespeare in the Park wrapped up last week.
- Nearly a quarter of young people in Italy are not engaged in employment, education, or training, one of the highest rates of disengagement in the European Union.