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New releases on the big screen

In the third sequel of the successful family fantasy adventure, set a decade after the Great Truce ending hostilities between nature’s two age-old rivals, special agents Gwen the cat and Roger the dog must save the alliance.

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Art fans in for new treats


Visitors to the National Gallery will be treated to some 500 works of art that have only been seen before in temporary exhibitions, as well as a new section on 20th and 21st century paintings, videos and installations when the institution reopens its doors in March following a radical renovation.

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Benaki eyes expansion, trust fund


The Benaki Museum is seeking to establish a permanent presence in Australia and the United States, while also creating a trust fund and building on the progress of recent years to increase revenues, the respected organization’s chief executive officer told Kathimerini in an interview, describing its five-year sustainability plan.

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Parthenon illuminated in full splendor

Greek President Katerina Sakellariou and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis presided over the unveiling of a new lighting system designed by Eleftheria Deko to illuminate the Parthenon on Wednesday night.

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New stamp series way off the mark


What is Greek gastronomy? What are its roots, how did it evolve through the ages and what is its future in the 21st century? How do we talk about Greek culinary culture today and, more importantly, how do we introduce it to people who have no particular knowledge of it?

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SNFCC to host photography awards ceremony

The announcement of this year’s winners of the Yannis Behrakis International Photojournalism Award and the Athens Photo World Award will take a place at a special event at the Dome of the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center (SNFCC) at 7 p.m. on September 26. 



Hundreds wait for Covid tests along Thessaloniki waterfront


Long queues formed on Thessaloniki’s waterfront promenade Thursday as hundreds of people waited to get tested for the coronavirus amid a decision to put the northern city under lockdown. Around 50 out of some 1,100 rapid antigen tests conducted randomly in the port city Thursday came back positive for coronavirus, the head of the National Organization for Public Health (EODY), Panagiotis Arkoumaneas, said after meeting with the city’s mayor, Konstantinos Zervas. The tests are part of efforts by authorities to chart the spread of the virus in big cities. “We will keep testing to have a better picture of the epidemiological situation in Thessaloniki,” Arkoumaneas said. [InTime News]