Come Join the Circling Dancers

Come Join the Circling Dancers

By Professor Louis A. Gaitanis, this poem was adapted as the FDF Official Poem in 1984. It refers to a dramatic and inspiring moment in Greek history, and how the act of holding hands transcends the passage of time. “From Byzantium to the western lands…” the poem resonates.

How Different Cultures Celebrate Mothers

How Different Cultures Celebrate Mothers

We are celebrating Mother’s Day in the United States this weekend. In a blog from LAT Multilingual Translation & Marketing written in 2012, author and LAT’s English Content Manager, Emily Larson, collected responses from translators from Italy to India about the role of mothers.

Greek Wines are a Hit in U.S.

Greek Wines are a Hit in U.S.

From Santorini’s crisp Assyrtikos to Malagouzias of the Peloponnese, dry white wines from Greece have been coming to America and getting an enthusiastic reception. Lettie Teague, who writes about food and drink for the Wall Street Journal, says in her article that Greek wine is “a lone bright spot in an ailing economy.”