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Apollonia Productions and George Tsakiris present multi-platinum recording artist Giorgos Tsalikis live at Greektown Square with Vasiliki Ntanta on Friday, 3/13/2020 in Baltimore, MD.  VIP and reserved table seating tickets on sale exclusively at DCGreeks.com!
Washington, DC area Greek Men's & Women's Basketball Leagues Seeks Teams and Players for League Expansion. The 2020 season starts in January 2020! Click here for details!
Third Thursday Greek Young Professionals Happy Hour -- 12/19/19 at Semeli Taverna in Washington, DC! Click here for details!
The Bayside Sons of Pericles & Maids of Athena cordially invite you to a Roaring 20s New Year's Eve Party on Monday, December 31, 2019 at the LaGuardia Plaza Hotel in East Elmhurst, NY!  General Admission Tickets on sale at DCGreeks.com! Click here for details!
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DCGreeks.com invites you to the Capital One Arena on Saturday, March 21, 2020 at 8:00 PM as the Washington Wizards take on reigning NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo and the Milwaukee Bucks at our 5th Annual DCGreeks.com Night with the Washington Wizards featuring a halftime Greek dance performance! The first 50 tickets purchased come with the opportunity to participate in a Bucks fan tunnel to high-five players as they run onto the court.  Click here for details!
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Hi, my name is pana-yiota and I'm a 31 year-old first-generation Greek-American female from Bethlehem, PA. I am looking for friendship with both men and women.
I am 5' 5". I have brown hair and I have brown eyes.
I don't smoke and .
I am a Greek Orthodox Christian. I attend church regularly.

I attended some college. My Occupation: Student.

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Being Greek is basically my life. From growing up with Yiayia's wonderful cooking at a young age, or Papou's jokes, hanging out with greek people at church or at other greek events, it has all been fun. I hope to keep the true heritage of what being Greek really means though, and keeping the true Greek spirit alive- that spirit of our ancestors, not the party hard, "do what you want because you're greek" mentality, but the mentality of the stories "ap'ta palia xronia" that inspires you to become a part of something that is larger than yourself. Our language, our history, our way of life should be looked upon with awe, and I strive to become more knowledgeable about it all every day.

 

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