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INTERVIEW
Victoria Hislop on new novel about partitioned Cyprus
By Amanda Dardanis
Penning her evocative new novel about Cyprus was like “putting her fingers into a live electrical socket,” says global best-selling author and grecophile Victoria Hislop.
 INSIDE LIFE
Acropolis Museum to put the daily lives of the ancients on display
Until now, visitors to the Acropolis Museum in Athens could only peer through the glass floors of the Bernard Tschumi-designed str...
ON STAGE
Katerina Vrana embraces humor as wild as her hair
Let’s talk about the hair first. It’s not as if you can ignore it. Katerina Vrana’s free-spirited follicular abundance is the firs...
The business of luxury hospitality
How is the upcoming arrival of millions of novice Chinese travelers changing the landscape of international upscale tourism? Is te...
ARCHAEOLOGY
How Amal Alamuddin Clooney became involved in the Parthenon Marbles case
The arrival of three London-based lawyers in Athens on Monday on the invitation of the Greek government, has caused a stir. Journa...
INTERVIEW
Victoria Hislop discusses ‘The Sunrise,’ her evocative new novel about partitioned Cyprus
Penning her evocative new novel about Cyprus was like “putting her fingers into a live electrical socket,” says global best-sellin...
FOOD
A guardian of Greek food traditions
We meet at the office in the Hellenic Folklore Research Center, a part of the Academy of Athens, where she served as director for ...
WINE
Corinthia grape growers strive to meet international wine standards
Did you know that grapes bursting in foggy conditions sound like crickets? That was one of the things I discovered during a visit ...
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Corinthia grape growers strive to meet international wine standards
 
Did you know that grapes bursting in foggy conditions sound like crickets? That was one of the things I discovered during a visit to the Peloponnesian region of Corinthia during the harvest season, which runs from August to October.
CONFERENCE
Piracy, a force that shaped the Eastern Mediterranean
 
The fascinating and relatively overlooked history of piracy in the Greek seas is the subject of a conference being organized by the Sylvia Ioannou Foundation from October 17 to 19 at the Museum of Cycladic Art in Athens.

WHAT'S ON
Cultural diary
 
INTERVIEW
RICHARD GNODDE
'Greece has already found its way'
By Babis Papadimitriou
“I think the markets will support you,” says Richard Gnodde, co-chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs International and co-head of the Investment Banking Division in this interview with Kathimerini on Sunday during a recent visit to Athens.
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GREEK NUTRITION
A guardian of food traditions
By Calliope Patera
Aikaterini Kamilaki-Polymerou’s specialist field is Greek nutrition, its history, recipes and cooking techniques, and she is an authority on the subject today. She is also the former director of the Hellenic Folklore Research Center.
ARCHITECTURE
HERITAGE
A Greek village on sale in Asia Minor
By Giorgos Lialios
Until 1922, Livissi was populated mainly by Greeks – 3,500 according to some sources and 6,500 according to others – who were forced to abandon hearth and home as part of the population exchanges between Greece and Turkey.
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