Antipodes Glendi scores, B for feel, C- for culture
FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS ponders on the successes and shortfalls of Melbourne’s Lonsdale Street Glendi.
Lute master returns
George Xylouris is back to perform in Australia, where he learnt to meld diverse musical cultures.
Mates enjoy Athenian success
Yorgos Tserexidis and Dean Hewett, who met in St Kilda fifteen years ago, talk to FOTIS KAPETOPOULOS about their successful accommodation venture in the inner city of Athens.
The Nexus between hard work and validation
Dr Norris Ioannou the Director of Nexus Multiculutral Arts was awarded the South Australian Governor’s Multicultural Award.
All over a name
ON Thursday the screening at Melbourne’s Forum’s Theatre of a film titled, A name is a name: a film about a nation being held hostage because of its name, has drawn a
Niki Savva: An insider’s view
Niki Savva, senior journalist and later advisor to Peter Costello, talks to Neos Kosmos about her new book, So Greek: Confessions of a conservative leftie
Time has come to change our flag!
National flags need to unify all citizens, regardless of culture, language and political persuasion
Alphington Grammar tops the agenda
Change will be a high priority in the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne and Victoria as the new Board prepares to meet for the first time.
SBS launches TV arts channel
SBS will be launching a 24hr arts channel in 2010.
A new light over Phillip Island
Silver Water Resort is a tourism accommodation gem and the gateway to Phillip Island.