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The Amerikanaki - Greek/American Humor

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Exploring Baltimore’s neighborhoods: Greektown

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Oct 29, 2014Exploring Baltimore’s neighborhoods: Greektown Matt Bracken and Kalani Gordon 0 Comment Neighborhoods of Baltimore, The Baltimore Sun 39 Photos At its peak, Greektown was home to about 1,000 families. Now it’s around 600. People come and people go, mostly to the county.…

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The "ahhhhh" shot..... Kudos Miltos Gikas for our "ahhhhh" moment on this All Hallows Day!

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trick or treat...treat!!!

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Love this!

How to Make a Toga - Invisible Man Presents

One of the essential skills for any college student is the ability to blend in at various social gatherings. And one of the best ways to do this is to know h...

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Easy costume blueprint--Opa!

Make Greek Goddess Costume or Toga

3 steps, 1 min 15 seconds to make this elegant Greek Goddess costume. Fabric, safety pins, and a few other optional items.

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Long Before Halloween Became Popular, Ancient Greeks and Romans Enjoyed Good Scary Stories, Says...

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October 14, 2011 Contact: AMHERST, Mass. - Centuries before movie and television audiences thrilled to tales of werewolves, vampires and wizards and Halloween became the second biggest celebration of the year, the…

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A newly published Hellenic book is on the market, THE ODYSSEY OF AN IMMIGRANT. The book is available at amazon.com and other major bookstores, as well as the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago. It is a book that will touch you and teach you…Please…
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The "Anixti Kardia"--"Open Heart" coffeehouse in Greek Town, Salt Lake City in the 1920's with kafenion owner Manny Katsanevas pictured in the foreground. Many Greek immigrants came to Utah to mine facing many difficult years of hard work, bad conditions and low pay--today, Salt Lake City's Greek American community is successful, proud and accomplished thanks to the hard work and sacrifices of individuals such as those pictured here and all over the country.

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Circa 1921 at the "Kafenion" owned by Greek immigrant Kostas Vergados on Market Street in Lowell, MA where a large Greek American community formed. Kostas Vergados must have been a smart businessman given that photographs of both Eleftherios Venizelos and King Constantine adorn the back walls of the Kafenion--make nice with everybody Kostas--smart!

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Save it for a rainy/snowy day...

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Gorgeous Blue Water in Lefkada Greece

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"Yiassou  Maria, omorfi  Chiotopoula. !   Pou eisai tora ? I'm sure you speak English.  I welcome you to our Parea!   I'm a Chiotis also, from Chora,  Katarakti, and Mesta. my name, John …"
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Venetian times come alive!

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The Medieval Town of Rhodes

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warm thoughts for a rainy, chilly yucky day!

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Folegandros, Cyclades Listed in best villages of Europe by CNN

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If your Greek family members immigrated to America by way of Ellis Island in New York as did millions then check this free service out that lets you find them, the ship they came in on and where they were scheduled to go to--hint, check out different spellings of the name if you are having difficulty: http://www.libertyellisfoundation.org/passenger

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Two Greek Americans made the FORTUNE Magazine 2014 "40 under 40" list of the most influential young people in business. George Logothetis of the Libra Group and Sophia Amoruso of Nasty Gal have been incredibly successful in their careers. Congratulations to both.

George Logothetis - FORTUNE "40 Under 40" list of the most influential young people in business

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Niko's Niko--what a great name! Next time in Houston stop by!

Niko Niko’s One Big Happy Greek Family

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The family behind Montrose's go-to Greek restaurant explains decision to expand.

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to see constellations without telescopes...atoms without microscopes...the wonder of human potential--what's our excuse?

Astronomical Find: Ancient Greek Wine Cup May Show Constellations

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Long thought to show a random assortment of animals, an ancient two-handled wine cup may actually show one of the earliest depictions of Greek constellations.

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