Louis Tikas (born 1886 as Elias Spantidakis in Loutra, Crete) was a Greek-American immigrant, coal miner and unionist who lost his life fighting for labor rights in early 20th century America. He was the main labor union organizer at the Ludlow camp…

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The Greek ministry for Economy and Development has issued its Economic Outlook Bulletin for March-April 2018 titled "From recovery to growth". According to the report, the main economic trend is the high growth rate of private productive invest…

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Athens Digital Arts Festival (ADAF) comes back for its 14th edition on May 24-27, 2018 at the “Megaron” Athens Concert Hall. Once more, visitors will have the opportunity to come in contact, experience and interact with the work…

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Denise Harvey is a small independent publisher, working from Evia (or Euboea), a large island not very far from the Attica region. Born in the UK, she moved to Greece more than fifty years ago, enchanted by its history and natural beauty. As she says…

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The Greek government has launched a special newsletter aimed at keeping citizens and media properly informed on all issues related to the refugee and migrant situation in the country. The newsletter will be issued periodically; this first…

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“The light of Greece opened my eyes, penetrated my pores, expanded my whole being”

Henry Miller, The Colossus of Maroussi

Henry V. Miller (December 26, 1891 – June 7, 1980) was born in Yorkville, NYC. His life is chronicled both by…

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Minas Borboudakis is a Greek pianist and composer of international acclaim, who lives and works in Munich, Germany. Born in Crete, Borboudakis started studying piano and music theory at an early age and, at eighteen, he continued his education on pia…

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This May, the art of dance is celebrated at the Michael Cacoyannis Foundation (MCF), through two much-anticipated productions: “Babel” by acclaimed choreographer Konstantinos Rigos and the Oktana Dancetheatre group (May 29-June 1) and &ld…

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After significant reforms, Greece’s recovery from deep economic depression is finally gaining traction, according to the OECD: Economic growth is picking up, led by exports, fiscal credibility has improved,  labour market reform…

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The sixth edition of the independent art fair Platforms Project 2018 will be held on May 17-20, 2018, at the “Nikos Kessanlis” Exhibition Hall of the Athens School of Fine Arts (ASFA), featuring a rich and multidimensional programme of le…

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