Greek-American Heritage Society of Philadelphia
Sunday, December 17th, 2017
Nameday of Aaron, Abraham, Adam, Danae, Danai, Dan, Daniel, Danielle, David, Debora, Deborah, Devora, Debbie, Debra, Debi, Debby, Dionisis, Dionysius, Dionysis, Dionisos, Dionysios, Dionysos, Nionios, Denis, Dennis, Denise, Sissy, Esthir,Estir, Ester, Eva, Eve, Iakhos, Iov, Job, Isaac, Melhisedeh, Melchizedek, Noah, Noe, Rachel, Raheel, Raphael, Rafael, Rebbeca, Reveka, Ruben, Roubini, Rueben, Ruby, Roubina, Sarah

Arts & Entertainment

Stones from God, Ottoman Greek Life Performed at Stockton University

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Cloudy Sunday movie premiers in Philadelphia

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Exploring the Fictional Imagination of Blogger Harry Karapalides

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Basile, Man in Black Strikes Again

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Seizmos Greek Music Debuts Original Video & New Songs

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Basile the Comedian, Coming to Holy Trinity in Wilmington Delaware

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4.1 Miles Documentary Nominated for Oscars

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From the People of Greece to the People of America, Philadelphia’s Charioteer of Delphi Replica Statue

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Documentary Journey Through Smyrna premieres at 2016 NYC Greek Film Festival

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Famous Greek Actor of the 60’s Andreas Barkoulis dies at 80

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Book Reading Sessions with Asali Solomon and Annie Liontas

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Fantastic Greek Summer Reads: the Greece in Me Box Set Launch

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Greek Film Suntan Wins at Edinburgh International Film Festival

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Socrates Now in the NGS / PBS The Greeks!

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Phenomenal Animals present Euripides’ The Bacchae

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Journey Through Smyrna – New Documentary by Chrysovalantis Stamelos

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The Greeks – Agamemnon to Alexander the Great

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The Athenian: Elizabeth Boleman-Herring, an American-Greek

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Martha Tompoulidou Performs Clytemnestra at St. Demetrios Culture Center

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Clytemnestra or the Crime to be Performed at St. Demetrios