In today’s Crete there may not be any more military sieges, but Cretans and all human beings are under attack by the stresses of modern life – and olive oil, which is still the basis of the Cretan diet, is… Continue reading
NEW YORK (AP) — Snow is beginning to fall in New York City, and schools in several parts of the U.S. are closing or delaying their starts amid predictions for storms and messy afternoon commutes.
The Washington area airports are… Continue reading
Out of the Blue, Capsis Elite Resort is a luxurious destination for visitors who want to have a unique and unforgettable experience surrounded by the beautiful nature of Crete. The National Herald had a chance to speak with Katerina Chryssikopoulou,… Continue reading
NEW YORK – Amazon’s announcement cancelling plans to establish its second headquarters in Long Island City upset the expectations of the Queens’ business world, which saw it as a great opportunity for rapid economic and social development.
On the opposite… Continue reading
NICOSIA (AP) — Cyprus is urging the European Union to speed up the process granting full name protection to halloumi cheese, the east Mediterranean island nation’s top culinary export.
Cyprus government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou told The Associated Press on Wednesday… Continue reading
When, on February 11, four days prior to Amazon’s decision, I was warning the Amazon Deal could be cancelled, I could not imagine it would happened.
Obviously something went quite wrong both on the part of Amazon, but also involving… Continue reading