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Greek Poetry in the West Village

By Yanna Darilis

On a cold crisp night, I headed downtown to the quaint Cornelia café in the West Village to warm up with the readings of a compilation of poems written about Greece by Greeks, Greek–Americans and Philhellenes. This poetry reading event has been going on for the past few years. It was organized by The Greek -American Writers Association, and hosted by the known poet, Penelope Karageorge.

Greek Canadian honored as Righteous Among Nations

The late Angelo Chalikias, a Greek Montrealer who went to extraordinary personal lengths to save the life of Niso Moustaki, a young Jewish man he barely knew, was honored, posthumously through his who were bestowed with Yad Vashem’s Righteous Among the Nations medal and certificate at a special ceremony at Montreal city hall.

A new wave of Greek immigrants in NY

Chronos online magazine in its article suggests that a “New Wave of Greeks Flocking to Astoria.” It was recently and with this title that the New York Daily News made widely known a reality that has confronted the neighborhood’s residents for some time now.

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