Friday, June 4, 2010

Severn Cullis-Suzuki Un's Earth Summit Speech 1992 - BRAVO SEVERN

Raised in Vancouver and Toronto, Severn Cullis-Suzuki has been camping and hiking all her life. When she was 9 she started the Environmental Children's Organization (ECO), a small group of children committed to learning and teaching other kids about environmental issues. They were successful in many projects before 1992, when they raised enough money to go to the UN's Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro. Their aim was to remind the decision-makers of who their actions or inactions would ultimately affect. The goal was reached when 12 yr old Severn closed a Plenary Session with a powerful speech that received a standing ovation.

Most Amazing song by the amazing spanish singer Enrique Iglesias

Greek Reporter

 Anastasios

Papapostolou


I spend most of my time in Los Angeles, and... I am not an actor. I believe that I was born with media as part of my karma. I grew up, literally in a newspaper room. My father was a journalist. I would visit his office everyday until I turned twelve years old. I have an A.A. degree in Cinema, and have always had a strong interest in movies. In 2009, I graduated with a B.A. degree in Communications from California State University at Northridge. I like exploring communications and its overall potential; without focusing on one single form of media. While still attending high school; I began and directed the first national newspaper for Greek youth. The newspaper's circulation reached 125, 000 copies per month in high schools all over Greece. Due to this success, I was invited to the European parliament to interview the president of the European Union, at that time, Pat Cox. In addition, I interviewed the president of the European Commission and Italian Prime Minister, Romano Prodi. I was accepted by a Greek University after high school, but took a different route. I took a job offer with a good salary as a full-time reporter for one of the most popular Greek investigative TV shows, "Hidden World". People thought I was lucky to work on this show, but I wanted to travel. I resigned after eight months, took a plane, and landed at JFK, to study and discover America. While in NY, I worked for the New York City public radio (WNYE 91.5 FM) co-hosting the Greek-American Show Aktina. Then, I traveled to Los Angeles to cover the Golden Globe Awards and ... I fell in love with the city. In my life of 23 years, I have interviewed countless politicians, actors, musicians-both very boring and very interesting people. Up until 2008, I was a contributing writer for the largest circulating Greek newspaper, Proto Thema. My most recent exclusive interviews have been with public personalities like: Michael Bloomberg (NYC Mayor), Phil Angelides (democratic candidate for California), Jim Gianopulos (CEO 20th century Fox), John Stamos. I also covered the 2008 US election. You can read some of the interviews here . The last two years I have built and operated several online projects. The most popular is GreekReporter.com is the first Global news portal and agency for Greeks abroad. In the summers - which I usually spend in Greece - I work for Agiocampos Bay. While not in Greece, I am probably in the US doing "everything" for Greek Reporter.

The Greek Crisis Explained :-)

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 NOMINT motion design, an innovative animation company based in Athens has created a web video series trying to explain the Greek crisis in a very simple, witty and at the same time real way. In the first episode of the series Greece – a little girl with straight black hair- is seen to be care-free and enjoy her beautiful life until she realizes that a monster -debt- is ready to swallow her. Will her usual friends be there to save her?


Athanasious Papapostolou - Greek Reporter

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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

OPAAAAAAAAAA !!! Oute ax den tha po!!!!!!!! - Glykeria

Apistefti Aslanidou !!!! Mia Kiriaki - AKTINA's Greek Music Journey 2010


Excerpt from AKTINA's Greek Music Journey 2010 featuring songs from Grigoris Bihtikotisis and Vicky Moscholiou. Featuring Melina Aslanidou and Vagelis Douvalis. Orchestra led by bouzouki maestro Manolis Karantinis. Held at Manhattan's legendary The Town Hall in the heart of the theater district on Friday, May 14th, 2010.

Opa to Baglamadaki - Andreatos live

Sophia Loren, Tonis Maroudas - Ti 'ne afto pou to lene agapi (1957)

Paola 2010 - Farmako

H monadiki foni tou Nikos Kourkoulis


O Nikos Kourkoulis Sto Spilaio Tou Aggiti Stin Drama - Watch more funny videos here

O Nikos Kourkoulis pselnei me tin monadiki tou foni, ekmetalevomenos tin uperoxi akoustiki tou xorou, sto spilaio tou Aggiti stin Drama