Eurovision: Exclusive Interview with Katerine Avgoustakis

Katerine Avgoustakis is one of the ten candidates that will compete at the Greek final for the selection of the singer to represent Greece...

Swiss Magazine “ΝΖΖ” Profiles Thessaloniki

On Sunday, Swiss magazine of Zurich “NZZ” featured comprehensively Thessaloniki as an ideal tourist destination. In his article, journalist Joachim Schirmacher states that Thessaloniki...

Dimitris Botinis: The Greek Conductor of Russia

Born in 1986 in Moscow to a musical family, acclaimed Dimitris Botinis is one of the youngest Greek conductors and rising stars of opera...

Victoria Hislop’s ‘The Thread’ Tackles Historical Aspects of Post WWII Greece

In her third eagerly-awaited novel, Victoria Hislop weaves a story of love and loss in the backdrop of two wars which tear apart the...

Photog Messinis Wins Prize for Libya Shots

Greek photographer Aris Messinis, who works for Agence France Presse, has won the Photography Prize at the Bayeux- Calvados Awards for his October 2011...

Vassilios Alexiou, the Greek Co-Founder of ‘Less Rain’ Media Agency

Vassilios Alexiou set up Less Rain with Lars Eberle in 1997, after winning the student D&AD yellow pencil for Interactive Media. Since then he has...

The Moulin Rouge Dancer from Crete

Antonis Kosmadakis was born in Crete, Greece. He started dancing at the age of 18, at the School of Classical and Contemporary Dance of...

“Le Figaro” and the French Minister of Culture Honor Mihalis Kakogiannis

French Minister of Culture Frederic Mitterand recently referred to the important work of Greek Cypriot director Mihalis Kakogiannis. Mitterand praised the director's contribution to...

Orthodox Schism As Russian Church ‘Breaks All Ties’ With Constantinople Over Ukraine

In the largest schism in Orthodox Christianity for over a century, the Russian Orthodox Church has cut all ties with the Constantinople Patriarchate over...

FYROM Parliament Set to Vote on Prespa Agreement

Governments in Greece, western Europe and the U.S.A. anxiously await developments in Skopje, as FYROM's parliament is set to vote on the Prespa agreement...