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BY Greece Is

| Sep 09, 2022


Leaving Room in Greece for Everyone

Labor Day, this year September 5, marks the “official” end of summer in the USA. Time for schools to start, for people to start thinking about the coming autumn and winter (always cold and snowy in Minnesota) and to look back at summer with nostalgia or regret. Summer 2022 was a glorious time for me! After three years of waiting and postponing due to Covid, I was finally able to…

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BY Claire Lees Ingham

| May 14, 2021


A House in Kritsa

“It was all a bit spontaneous,” I say, when people ask me how we came to buy a house in Greece. And so it was. But it was also the result of a forty-year love affair with the country, which began with a cassette version of My Family and Other Animals.

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BY Lisa Radinovsky

| Apr 18, 2020


Social Distance on a Greek Island in the COVID-19 Pandemic

This post was originally published on the blog Mom in Greece Today by Lisa Radinovsky and is reproduced here with her kind permission. Radinovsky is a writer based in Crete and founder of the website Greek Liquid Gold, dedicated to the wonders of Greek extra virgin olive oil.

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BY Anthony Grant

| Nov 16, 2017


Visiting Irakleio, Crete’s Ugly Duckling

Leaning in to a city less loved…

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BY Lisa Radinovsky

| Dec 27, 2016


An American’s Love Affair with Greek Olive Oil

How a former English professor from Pennsylvania started a new life in Crete, dedicated to Greece’s liquid gold.

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