Monthly Archives: October 2014

Reading Guide for a Great Book: Giles Milton’s “Paradise Lost”

The Book Club meeting last Saturday had the biggest turn out yet! Many thanks should go to Karolina Ioannou for organizing the event and Alex Kalamarides for moderating a great discussion on a book that generated loads of interest and questions. … Continue reading

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Giles Milton “Paradise Lost” – by Alexandros Kalamarides

  I am looking forward to being back in Houston, and seeing familiar and new faces at our Book Club on Saturday, October 25, at 3:30 p.m. at the Upper Kirby location in Houston (3015 Richmond), as we discuss Giles Milton’s … Continue reading

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The Genesis of the Hellenic Professional Society of Texas – by George C. Blytas

One could say that during the 60’s “all the action” was in California, and particularly in the Bay Area, which means San Francisco, Berkeley and Oakland, an area and a decade that people are still talking about four decades later. By … Continue reading

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Greek Maritime Community of Metropolitan Houston – by George Argyros

The continuing growth of the city has been accompanied by a parallel growth in the volume of shipping. The opening of the Houston Ship Channel in 1914, bringing deep sea ships to the port of Houston, gradually attracted Greek mariners … Continue reading

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