Tag Archives: Houston

Getting to know Houston and the HPST – by Lena Patsidou

Where would you see a bar sharing space with an in-house tailor? Or a former prison with windows overlooking a beautiful skyline? Or the hotel where President Kennedy had his last meal before heading to Dallas in November of 1963? … 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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Welcome to the 2014-2015 Season!

Dear friends and members of the Society, Welcome to the new HPST season! We hope you all had a good and relaxing summer! The HPST Board has been silent for a while, because we also took a break to travel … Continue reading

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The Hellenic Professional Society & the Use of Social Media – by George Zombakis

Since our inception in 1975, the Hellenic Professional Society of Texas has actively organized and sponsored activities that promote Greek language, culture and the spirit of Hellenism to the Houston community. We facilitate fellowship and cooperation between professionals of Greek … Continue reading

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Greek Theatre Houston: Introducing Our Next Show – by Tatiana Zakolikou

HPST’s own theater group, “Greek Theater Houston”, was established in 2011 and has continued to work with the wholehearted support of the Society and the wider Greek community. The performances have already begun to form an institution and it is … Continue reading

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