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S.T.O.P. > Bang! April 1, 2008

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01-04-08_stop_sign.jpg  this blog will soon be closing down!

Happy National Day Greeks! March 25, 2008

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25-03-08_greek_independence.jpg  On 25th March Greece celebrates its National Day, the Independence Day, commonly known as the Greek Revolution (in Greek Ελληνική Επανάσταση, Elliniki Epanastasi).

25-03-08_annunciation_virgin_mary.jpg  The anniversary of Independence Day (25 March 1821) is a National holiday in Greece, which falls on the same day as the religious Orthodox feast of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary.

On this occasion, we would like to cordially extend our greetings to all the Greeks, in mainland Greece, in Cyprus and the Greek Diaspora all over this planet earth, our to send our sincerest wishes for a Happy National Day as well as a Happy Name Day [to all the Marias, Panagiotas, Evangelies, Evangelos, Panagiotis, just to name but a few, who celebrate their name day on this major Orthodox Christian feast].

Related Links > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greek_War_of_Independence


A Pre-Announcement March 12, 2008

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HomeboyMediaNews blog is happy and proud to announce to all readers that it has secured its own domain name, homeboy.gr [ http://homeboy.gr

Soon we shall be migrating to our NEW blog [still using the WordPress platform] and we shall move all our existing content to our new blog. Don’t worry though, everything will be done in a smoothly and secured way and nothing will be lost or missed.

We shall keep you up-dated of all developments and more news will be posted on time. For the time being, keep reading us at the existing blog [which, by the way, will not be deleted for goodness sake!]

Taking this opportunity, we would like to express our sincere graditute for reading and promoting us as well as for all your support.

We will keep in touch, so do keep an eye on our Editorials.

Happy Valentine’s Day February 14, 2008

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Happy Valentine’s Day to all our readers, friends and supporters!

Letter from the Editor January 29, 2008

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Dear Readers,


For the last 3 months this blog has been sitting idle. There were no updates, no articles, no news. Much to my regret, and due to serious health reasons, this blog has not been updated. I am sorry for not being able to communicate with you during my absence.

Now that I have fully recovered, I am looking forward to keep writing this blog. I am confident of your kind understanding and thank you very much.


NEW > Translation of our articles or pages September 27, 2007

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We are pleased to announce that as from today, we are providing you with a NEW feature > to translate our English language articles or whole pages, within seconds, using the FREE service of Automatic Translation provided by Google.

Just go to our LINKS category and use it (right click to open link in a new window or in a new tab).

If any questions, please read Google’s FAQ > http://www.google.com/intl/en/help/faq_translation.html

We trust that you will find it very easy as well as usefull for you to use!

Back on the road again, hope dies last August 28, 2007

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Dear Friends,

Hello again from Athens, Greece, we are back from our summer vacations, and will try to catch up with the latest news coverage.

Unfortunately, as you may have already learnt, the news from the Greek front are not the best ones to talk about. You have read them in your local newspapers, you have watched them in your local TV coverage, its all about the National tragedy and the wild fires started last Friday and which are still burning in some areas of the country.

Now, still burning for the fifth day, the results so far are not the best ones you could wished for your worst enemy:

  • 63 people lost their lives, and still counting
  • whole villages, especially in the Peloponesse and in Evia, completely destroyed
  • thousands of people are left homeless
  • forests, some of the most beautiful ones, completely burnt
  • everywhere you can see ashes and ashes only
  • environment, nature and the ecosystem badly hitten
  • economy, including agriculture and tourism, collapsed in the areas destroyed by the fires, value estimated at 40 billion euros and more
  • people are still considered missing and we fear that when found, will be dead

It’s a modern Greek tragedy with the chorus

dressed in black, mourning.

The picture of a mother and her four children, all

burnt during their attempt to be saved from the

wild fires, is becoming a symbol for us. A symbol of

hope, a symbol of unity, a symbol to shout

“No more innocent victims”.

Hope dies last.

Greece, will be born again from its ashes.