The A Taste of Greece Cultural Festival returns this weekend to the Nativity of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church, 39851 West Five Mile Road in Plymouth. Continue reading Get a Taste of Greek Culture at Plymouth Church’s Annual Festival
In 1932, the musicologist Wilfrid Perrett reported to an audience at the Royal Musical Association in London the words of an unnamed professor of Greek with musical leanings: “Nobody has ever made head or tail of ancient Greek music, and nobody ever will. That way madness lies.” Continue reading We Finally Know What Ancient Greek Music Sounded Like
The Greek island of Paxos is home to some incredible ruins. Crumbling stone structures from hundreds of years ago are scattered about the tiny island, giving it a rustic ancient feel. Continue reading Stunning Art Installation Fills 400-Year-Old Greek Ruin With Colorful ‘Pixels’
Gyros and dolmathes. Loukoumades and baklava. Real Greek coffee.
Iconic Greek cuisine and other celebrations of Greek culture will be on display at the 29th Annual Ocean City Greek Festival. Continue reading 29th Annual Ocean City Greek Festival Returns This Weekend
The Greek islands of Patmos and Paros are getting ready for a 12-day feast of summer cinema as the Aegean Film Festival returns on Tuesday. Continue reading Greek Islands Get Ready for Aegean Film Festival
Replicas of clothes worn by the Minoan and Mycenaeans in the period stretching roughly from 2000 to 1200 BC are currently on display at the National Archaeological Museum in Athens. Continue reading Fashion From Ancient Greece on Display at Athens Museum
A young Greek girl has stunned a crowd of tourists and local people by performing an amazing Greek dance called the zeibekiko on the island of Kastellorizo.
The scene, captured by Cibele Almeida, a visitor to the island, had gone viral on Facebook. Continue reading Greek Girl Sends Internet Wild with Zeibekiko Dance