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New restaurant adds Greek flavor to Waterville’s food offerings
The word is a Greek exclamation ... weddings or on a night at a Greek taverna. Opa also is the name of a new Greek restaurant on Main Street in Waterville, part of a new layer in the city’s cuisine sc... read more
10+1 Well-Known Greek Words
... traveling to Greece is obligated to learn the word “souvlaki” and many have heard of it before they even step foot in Greece. All tourists know that Greeks like to eat well and the top foods they ... read more
Highland Views: What is the soul, if there is one?
“The problem with this “soul,” for Alter, is its Christian connotations of an incorporeal and immortal being ... we can be sure they don’t. Hebrew words for soul and spirit are different as they are i... read more
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Greece is the word: Greek Food Festival returns to St. John’s
Every member of St. John's, regardless of age, contributed endless hours to preparing the foods, orchestrating the entertainment and contributing whatever they could to make the vision of a church and ... read more
Archbishop Follo: The Beatitudes
The gospel of Luke in Greek uses ... heed to the word, for then shall you receive the fullness of heavenly joys. GREG. NAZ. But in a deeper sense, as they who partake of bodily food vary their ... read more
The Fast-Food Diner Is LA’s True Regional Specialty Restaurant, and It’s All Thanks to Pastrami
More than likely, the word will lead to a parking ... The first Tommy’s, opened in 1946 by the son of Greek immigrants, helped solidify chili as a staple food and a condiment in Los Angeles ... read more
As Greek PM visits Turkey, Erdogan calls for peacefully resolving disputes
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Greek ... so the word “genocide” does not apply. However, Armenians say up to 1.5 million of their people died, either being killed or dropping dead on depor... read more
What Is the Mediterranean Diet?
In other words, you may have ... But guess where Greek yogurt originated? Yep—the Mediterranean! Poultry, eggs, and dairy add protein, B vitamins, Vitamin D, and calcium to the diet, so don't shy away ... read more
Remembering Harris Wofford, Who Dreamed of a ‘United States of the World’
“Count no man happy until he dies,” declared Sophocles 24 long centuries ago, in the immortal final line of Oedipus Rex. The sages of ancient Greece understood that ... and at age 88 he haggled with m... read more
Tsiknopempti : The ‘All the Meat You Can Eat’ Thursday
“Tsiknopempti” is the name of the day in Greece that marks the official start of the carnival festivities. The day is celebrated on a Thursday and consists of the words “tsikna” (smell of burning food ... read more