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Stunning Dior Fashion Show Held at Athens Panathenaic Stadium By Bella Kontogianni June 18, 2021

A jaw-dropping Dior fashion show was held in Athens at the Panathenaic Stadium on Thursday for the major fashion house’s “Cruise 2022” collection. Setting the show at the world famous, historically significant, and most importantly decidedly Grecian “Kallimarmaro” stadium is clearly a nod to ancient Greece, which acts as a huge inspiration for Dior. Dior …


Greek Husband of Caroline Crouch Confesses to Brutal Murder By Tasos Kokkinidis June 17, 2021

Babis Anagnostopoulos and Caroline Crouch. Credit: Instagram/flying.babis Late on Thursday, Greek police charged the husband of Caroline Crouch for her brutal murder on May 11 in Athens. Babis Anagnostopoulos confessed committing the crime. Twenty-year-old Crouch was strangled to death in front of her 11-month-old daughter at their home near Athens on May 11. Anagnostopoulos initially …


ISAP, tram workers will not stage full strike on Wednesday

The union representing workers on Athens’ ISAP electric railway and tram have decided not to participate in the full, 24-hour strike organized by the civil servants’ union ADEDY on Wednesday. In an announcement on Tuesday, STASY said it would limit its protest action against the government’s labor reform bill to a work stoppage starting at …


Better viewing at the renovated National Gallery

The expanded space of the National Gallery has been hailed as a success by three art experts who have visited the venue since it reopened to the public on May 14 after undergoing major renovation work. Manos Dimitrakopoulos, Irene Orati and Stefanos Daskalakis note that the main improvements are the larger rooms, careful lighting and …


French Open runner-up Tsitsipas says he learned a lesson

When Stefanos Tsitsipas’ first Grand Slam final had ended, he sank into his changeover chair and buried his head in a towel. Novak Djokovic has that effect on opponents. Tsitsipas built a big lead and appeared on his way to an upset victory at the French Open, but Djokovic mounted an improbable comeback to win …


Pan-Hellenic strike on Thursday: Who are participating, how will the means of transport move

Pan-Hellenic strike on Thursday: Who are participating, how will the means of transport move NewsroomNewsroom Sunday, 06 June 2021 23:43 Pan-Hellenic strike on Thursday: Who are participating, how will the means of transport move “Handbrake” will pull Metro, ISAP and tram, while ships will remain moored in ports INTIME / LIAKOS GIANNIS Public and private …


Top DJ Charlotte de Witte Performs at Ancient Messene By Anna Wichmann February 28, 2021

Belgian DJ Charlotte de Witte played the set of her life on Thursday after she performed her famed techno beats at the majestic archaeological site of Ancient Messene in Greece. With the setting sun, Peloponnesian countryside, and ancient stadium as a backdrop, de Witte blasted the dark, minimal house music for which the prominent female …


The History and Tradition of the Greek Dance Zeibekiko By Philip Chrysopoulos March 2, 2021

It is difficult to dance the zeibekiko, mainly because it has no set steps, no particular rhythm. It requires an inner intensity, because it is an improvised movement that expresses the feelings of the individual who gets up to dance. And they are mainly feelings of defeat, of sadness, life’s despair and unfulfilled dreams, the …


Coronavirus Cases Surge in Greece with 2,353 on Tuesday By Anna Wichmann March 2, 2021

The number of coronavirus cases surged today in Greece, as a total of 2,353 cases of the virus were diagnosed across the country on Tuesday alone — the highest number of daily cases recorded in Greece in 2021. The figure represents 1,177 more instances of Covid-19 than the 1,176 total cases that were recorded in …