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Bravo Officer! Beautiful story!

WTOC Jamie Ertle

Tissue warning! A miraculous moment caught on camera in Blanchard, OK. Kristen Shanahan

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Heritage Greece

We are very excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for Heritage Greece 2017! You may follow this link: http://www.acg.edu/admissions/study-abroad/heritage-greece/apply-heritage-greece/ to find the online application and supporting documentation. We look forward to receiving your applications!

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What a name: the Fat Lamb Kouzina!

FAT Lamb Kouzina’s ‘Really, Really Awesome Greek Pita Bread’ lives up to its name | Toronto Star

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This Toronto catering company’s signature Greek pita bread is made with full fat milk and imported Greek olive oil.

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Great things (other than football) in Cleveland!

Santorini Owner to Launch Late-Night Diner Concept in Warehouse District Space

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We were sad to learn earlier this week that Tommy Karakostas had shuttered his contemporary Greek restaurant Santorini, but the good news is that he...

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Kokkari in SF--always up there as one of the nation's tops!

These S.F. favorites made it onto Open Table's list of top 100 restaurants in the U.S.

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These S.F. favorites made it onto Open Table's list of top 100 restaurants in the U.S. By Amy Graff on December 1, 2016 7:01 AM Photo: Randi Lynn Beach, Special To The Chronicle Image…

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Colorado haven in Boulder!

Licking the plate clean - Boulder Weekly

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Once, as I was walking across the intersection of 30th Street and Arapahoe Avenue, a carload of tourists at a stoplight asked me for a great place to eat in Boulder. My answer was a favorite little joint in a shopping center right nearby, an intimate place with great wine and equally fabulous food.…

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Latest Chicago Greekeaterie!

Yanni's opens in Glenview

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First it was seafood, then it was steak, and now the restaurant space at 2601 Navy Boulevard in The Glen Town Center is featuring Greek cuisine. Yanni's made its debut last month, replacing Jameson's Original Charhouse, which closed last summer.

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Not good.

Brain Drain Costs Greece €9.1 Bln in Lost Tax Revenues Annually | GreekReporter.com

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The loss of Greece's brilliant minds who emigrate abroad "costs" the country 9.1 billion euros per year in lost tax revenues, says a McKinsey&Company survey

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adding cooking website to blogopolis

Hi.  I have a website with my sister www.miakouppa.com where we share our parents traditional Greek recipes.  How can I have this featured on Blogopolis and / or the My Parea Facebook page?See More
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Happen to anyone else?!

Nia Vardalos

My mom mailed homemade Christmas cookies in this container. #MyBigFatGreekWedding2 is a documentary.

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We've been a fan of George for a long time--wonderful chef & Greek American we're all proud of--Bravo Yiorgaki!

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Advance Tickets on Sale for the March 23 Restaurant Gala; Celebrity Chef George Kyrtatas tas Named 2017 Culinary Honoree → http://bit.ly/2gZ0Gqz

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Open house last night at Gaithersburg, Maryland's newest eatery, Vasili's Kitchen! Food is out of this world, the ambiance is terrific, the staff so welcoming with their philoxenia. Paidakia dinner, real loukomades, and Greek coffee! Wishing everyone tremendous success, and thanks for the philoxenia!

Vasili's Kitchen

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Numero Uno on the charts is Greek Aussie Vasilia Karagiorgos, known as "VASSY," who lives in LA!

VASSY - Nothing To Lose (Official Music Video)

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VASSY - Nothing To Lose (produced by Tiesto) is OUT NOW on Musical Freedom! Listen / download at your favorite service: https://Vassy.lnk.to/NothingToLose Em...

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We are so used to bad news stories...nice to hear beautiful stories like this one!

Greek sailor thanks the Welsh heroes who saved him 50 years ago

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The sailor has never forgotten the rescue in 1966

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Did you know that....

How Greek Banker Minos Zombanakis worked to create the Libor math

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Zombanakis was one of a small band of international financiers who were opening up the worlds markets to cross-border lending for the first time since the Wall Street crash of 1929.

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Fascinating!

Tribe of Dan: Sons of Israel, or of Greek mercenaries hired by Egypt?

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Samson the Greek? 3,000-year-old finds at Tel Dan suggest that the Danites were Aegean soldiers hired by Canaan's Egyptian overlords to keep order.

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Beautiful site!

Greece in Washington

The Cross takes its place atop St Nicholas Church at World Trade Center! The topping out of the church with the cross was a milestone in the tortuous effort to rebuild St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, which was destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001. “As we are here and we look around, we see the triumph of human…

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Very funny from down under!

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Greeks v Italians Courtesy Sooshi Mango https://m.facebook.com/sooshimango

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Congrats to MyParea member & CEO of Earth Friendly Products for the new baby complement of products. Kelly is an amazing individual, proud Hellene and great Mom too!

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My Big Fat Greek Fanny -- Eleni Saltas

Chapter Twenty-Two: Philautia (Self Love)

Dear younger self, Life hasn’t always been easy for you, but not because life is hard, it’s because you are hard on yourself and you are your own biggest critic. You strive for perfection and have yet to realize life is full of beautiful imperfections. You’re 16 and want to be just like everyone else. … Continue reading Chapter Twenty-Two: Philautia (Self Love)

Chapter Twenty-One: Tsai Tou Vounou (Greek Mountain Tea)

While most people associate the act of tea drinking to be sophisticated and paired with crumpets, I link it with being sick. In my family, it just takes one sniffle or a lousy cough for a pot of tea to begin brewing. Thankfully I was rarely the sick one, but I definitely mastered the art … Continue reading Chapter Twenty-One: Tsai Tou Vounou (Greek Mountain Tea)

Chapter Twenty: Nitsa’s Peas

Until 3 days ago, the last time I scarfed down a bowl of peas was when I was in diapers. For some reason mothers think babies like peas. Even then I’m sure I raised my tiny harmless fists in protest of peas, even as spoonful after spoonful of them flew in circles over my head … Continue reading Chapter Twenty: Nitsa’s Peas

Chapter Nineteen: Galaktoboureko (milk custard pie)

It wouldn’t be right to have a blog titled “My Big Fat Greek Fanny” without mentioning where the fanny came from. I didn’t get my fanny from my mama; I got it from galaktoboureko (gah-la-toh-boo-reko), or what my friends and I jokingly call, gala-ta-booty-grow. It’s obvious that my fanny has enjoyed this tongue twister dessert … Continue reading Chapter Nineteen: Galaktoboureko (milk custard pie)

Chapter Eighteen: Mile 22

It started off great: adrenaline rushing through every bone of my body, my music playlist blasting one motivational song after the other, and it was early enough that I was easily distracted by the picturesque landscape of St. George, Utah. The colorful sunrise greeted me as my feet hit the pavement. Before I knew it … Continue reading Chapter Eighteen: Mile 22

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