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Sailing Like Homer Over the Wine-Dark Aegean Sea

“Sailing over the wine-dark sea” is how Homer described crossing the Aegean, nearly 3,000 years ago, in his Odyssey. Returned today, neither he nor his contemporaries would be disappointed in what they’d find in the waters that link the archipelago stretching from the Greek mainland south into the Mediterranean. Tweet

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Euro-American Women’s Global Forum Set For Athens in July

New York, N.Y.  “Women Lead the Way on Green Energy and Environment: Making their Impact on the Economy and Culture” is the theme of the 14th annual awards program to be held by the Euro-American Women’s Council (EAWC) July 6- 14 in Greece. The Forum will be followed by the EAWC’s “Goddess Artemis Award” Ceremony. […]

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Greece for Americans: From Aristotle to Athens, Astoria – and Loula

New York, NY.  “Hellas” – the Hellenic Republic – has intrigued me since by boyhood when I collected foreign postage stamps and had to ask my father to identify the origin of my beautiful stamp.  “Greece!,” my scholarly father told me.  I was hooked.  At the age of fifty, it is time I make my […]

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