NSW records 825 new C0VID-19 cases – the highest number of daily infections since the beginning of the pandemic.
A professional musician from the tender age of just 14 attending school by day and performing gigs by night, Thanasis has shared the stage with Greek music royalty such as the likes of Dimitris Bassis, Stathis Aggelopoulos, Vasilis Lekkas, Nikos Kourkoulis, Kelly Kellidou, Thanasis Vasilakos, Sakis Arsenious….the list goes on.
Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis calls upon fire victims to apply online for financial support and outlines regeneration plans for Evia.
It is well-known that the academic mathematicians of ancient Greece made a hugely significant contribution to world thought. However, the ancient inhabitants of the tiny village of Pyrgi on the island of Chios present to us their mathematical brilliance in a more unexpected way – through their design tradition, patterns called xysta.
Internal government reshuffle amidst mounting public anger as Greece wildfires, “the largest ecological catastrophe in decades”, now under control and reconstruction begins.
Bouzouki player, Gregory Georgiou, DJ George Savva and Percussionist Arky Kalithrakas. Three gifted musicians, who together form the modern Greek sensation that is the band ‘FiloXenia.’ Greek City Times chats with the guys in the lead up to their performance this time tomorrow in our sixth episode of Live in L0ckdown. Don’t miss it!
Sharing her passion with Greek music fans worldwide, Niki brings to you all of the tunes from Greece as soon as they are released, as well as hot remixes plus some of her own favourites. Listen to her playlists here.
As “all of Greece burns down,” The Chapel of The Virgin Panayia in Evia remains untouched. Meanwhile residents of North Attica are returning to their homes only to find they have been looted.
Whilst some of the world is experiencing C0VID fatique, fires are sweeping across our beloved Greece, may these few moments bring some much needed peace, albeit temporary. One hour from now our fifth episode features Lefteris Ganas, accompanied by Thanasis Plarinos, playing old school Greek laiko.
A true legend, Greek pole vaulter Emmanouíl Karalís (aka Manolo) has captured hearts over the world and the spirit of the Olympics in a gesture dubbed by many as their favourite moment of the Games. We share what the Olympian had to say in his exclusive interview with Greek City Times.
Mitsotakis: “The steps taken so far by the state on climate change are not enough when you have in front of you a natural phenomenon of such magnitude. If there are even few people who have reservations about whether climate change is real, I call on them to come here and see.”
After commanding the spotlight recently, being spotted partying aboard billionaire James Packer’s superyacht last month, Maja Malnar further chronicles her adventures in Mykonos.
With some of the most iconic Athens landmarks so close you could almost touch them, SENSE Athens, is undeniably one of the most romantic rooftop restaurants in the world. Read on to explore the creative realms of classic Greek gastronomy in a breathtaking setting.
Greek City Times presents to you the fourth episode of our new weekly series, featuring the masterful and very soulful klarino soloist, Theo Skaltsas. Enjoy our premiere in just TWO hours from now.
Athens is named on the Best Places of the World 2021 List, a list created by Time Magazine to “shine a light on ingenuity, creativity, revitalization and re-openings in destinations across the world.”
Invented in Ancient Greece, the cheesecake was initially served to the athletes of the first-ever Olympic Games to provide them with much needed energy to compete.
With a new underwater museum where visitors can explore the remains of a 2500-year-old shipwreck, the Alonissos Marine Park is the largest reserve of its kind in the world, a place of unspoilt natural beauty that is home to a fascinating variety of flora, fauna and marine life including the critically endangered Mediterranean monk seal.