Tag Archives: HPST

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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Christmas with HPST – by Lena Patsidou

Every year, when I start decorating my home for the holidays, the first ornament I always put up is the Christmas Carols ornament from the 1994 HPST party! And then, there are more: other ornaments, coffee mugs, a book with … Continue reading

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“Going to College?” – by Daphne Kokkinis

On the 8th of November, the Hellenic Professional Society of Texas hosted an event for high school and college students. The event was well attended and well received by all who came. The panel shared their personal experiences with the … 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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Poetry Afternoon or With a Little Help from my Friends – by Katerina Kontogeorgaki

And it was at that age … Poetry arrived in search of me. I don’t know, I don’t know where it came from … (Pablo Neruda) A poem is like a room with many windows. As I walk in reading … Continue reading

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