The Acropolis of Rhodes dates back to Greece's classical period. Its remains include the Temple of Apollo, Athena Polias
As the Obama administration closes out its last year, it has sought to spin its role in the now obvious Syrian chaos and human catastrophe as an attempt to stay out of a civil war, that perhaps, it should not have stayed out of.
Forty-eight. That's how many years the Victory Sweet Shop, Astoria's oldest Greek bakery, has been serving its traditional desserts.
Rhodes' legacy as a colonialist is now coming under controversy at the historic school.
Summer is officially here and that means more festivals than you can count and live music almost everywhere you turn. Growing up in Texas, Lollapalooza was the only festival I ever attended.
No matter the destination where you're heading on your all-inclusive getaway, it's nice to know that once you get there, everything will already be taken care of; that is, as long as you pick a top-notch spot that won't shock you with any unwanted surprises.
The island of Rhodes perches on a bluff overlooking white-washed homes, narrow, cobblestone streets and the majestic Avenue of the Knights where such fabled gents once lived.
Passengers joke about the main thing they know about Rhodes as they come ashore on tours of this island off the southern coast of Turkey. "How many Colossuses does it take to screw in a lightbulb?" quips one. Another chuckles, "I wonder where the Wonder is."
It's time for all of us, myself included, to think about our media and political diets. This combination is literally killing