Tuesday, September 27th, 2016
Nameday of Akylini, Akilina, Kallistratos, Zenon, Zinon
Joe The Donkey and The Amerikanopoulo

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Joe the Donkey and the Amerikanopoulo

Photo: pirateyjoe

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Remember the Greeks – Part II

Kojak

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Welcome Greeks to the Big Times – Who Loves Ya, Baby!

Macedon Diner

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Welcome to the Macedon Diner

Illustration courtesy of Dimitra Tzanos

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The Hottest Bouzoukia

Image courtesy of Simon Ingram

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The Best Restaurant in the World

Bing Crosby Album cover

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Mele Kalikimaka

Image courtesy of Luca Rossato

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Greek Sons and Gods

Apollon Kalamaria Stadium, Thessaloniki. Image courtesy of Georgios Karamanis.

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Good-Bye Amerikanaki, Hello Frappedes

Hypnos and Thanatos. Image courtesy of grinwithoutacat.

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Death Becomes Us

An ostracon with Pericles' name written on it. Photo: Wally Gobetz

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Democracy in Greece… A History Lesson According to Argyri

Image courtesy of Pete Eveleigh

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Greek Flags, Feta Cheese, and Olives

Photo: Glenn Sapaden

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Bartenders, Strippers, Greek Musicians, and Church Board Members

Greek Festival

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It’s Fun To be Greek!

Image courtesy of Dimitra Tzanos

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Efprepeos and Polivios

Artwork Installation, Ellis Island. Photo: Colin Howley

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The Times, They Are A Changin’

Atlantis of Philadelphia

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Atlantis… The Band – Providing the background music to your life for 30 years

Image courtesy of Steve Wilde

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Greek Men… We Screwed Up

  Kevin Chang

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This is a Final Exam for 2014

A squad of German soldiers pass through a Greek village, during the occupation of Greece, in May 1941.

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A Bridge Too Far – Understanding the Germans and the Greek Economic Crises