GREEKS OF THE WORLD

Greeks of the World.

Jordan Gogos GQ Men of the Year

‘Creative Force’ Jordan Gogos, GQ Men of the Year Winner 2022

The burgeoning hold of Jordan Gogos in the hearts of creatives has been cemented as he is named a winner at the GQ Men of the Year 2022, the magazine’s prestigious awards celebrating the best and brightest men and women across all kinds of arenas from sport, to fashion, to art and acting. Gogos speaks to Greek City Times about his award.

Routes For Good

Routes For Good

With the mantra of ‘Travel For a Better World’, Routes for Good is the brain child of Greek woman, Eleni Hatziioannou, who has fallen in love with Africa and social impact travel – a growing trend as people are increasingly seeking immersive local cultural experiences that are respectful ethical and sustainable.

Fikos

Fikos: Painter of the Largest Mural in Greek and Byzantine Art History

Painter and muralist, Fikos is the creator of the largest mural in the history of Greek and Byzantine art. Entitled ‘Earth&Sky’ the 46-metre high masterpiece covers the side of a seventeen-storey building taking the internationally acclaimed artist just thirteen days to paint.

How Filoxenia made it to Greece

How FiloXenia Made it All the Way to Greece

“To say it’s a dream come true is an understatement.” Greek band FiloXenia are packing their bags and getting ready to hit the world stage, with multiple performances and gigs booked across Greece in 2023.

Apart but Alike: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney [VIDEO]

Apart but Alike: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney [VIDEO]

Presented at Parliament House, Sydney by the Executive Board of Greek-Australian Business Leaders on Tuesday 18 October 2022 and hosted by The Hon. Rob Stokes, Minister for Infrastructure, Cities and Active Transport; ‘Apart but Alike: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney’ provided a great opportunity to reflect on the legacy of the Greeks in Sydney and how Classical Greece broadly impacted Western culture.

Magna Graecia: the Greko of Calabria

Film Debut: Magna Graecia - the Greko of Calabria

‘Magna Graecia: The Greko of Calabria’ looks at the Greko communities of Calabria in the southernmost part of the Italian peninsula, a group of people who have maintained their millennia-old links to their ancient and medieval Hellenic past through their language and culture.

Oxi Day Greece and Freedom Evzones

Oxi Day: For Greece and Freedom [VIDEO]

Oxi Day commemorates the anniversary of the day that former military general and Prime Minister of Greece Ioannis Metaxas said “OXI” (NO) to an ultimatum made by Italian Prime Minister Benito Mussolini, an ally of Hitler, to allow Italian forces to occupy strategic locations in Greece or otherwise face war.

Legacy Greeks Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney

The Legacy of the Greeks: Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney

You’re Invited! The Executive Board of Greek-Australian Business Leaders presents: “Apart but Alike – Classical Greece and its Influence on Sydney” – a great opportunity to reflect on the legacy of the Greeks in Sydney and how classical Greece broadly impacted Western culture.

George Kapiniaris Acropolis Now

Kapiniaris: We used to be the enemy

Growing up Greek in Australia in the sixties, seventies and eighties wasn’t always easy. But according to actor and comedian George Kapiniaris, comedies like Acropolis Now helped to change attitudes towards migrant families as they integrated.

Prime Minister Mitsotakis World Trade Centre September 11

“The Struggle Against Terrorism is an Ongoing Battle” Prime Minister Mitsotakis Pays Respects to 9/11 Victims

Prime Minister of Greece,  Kyriakos Mitsotakis visited the site of the World Trade Centre on Thursday and paid tribute to the 41 Greeks who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.