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Chick-fil-A is Coming to Greece and A Rochester Train Station To be Named After Louise Slaughter

By Johnny Nixon @John_R_Nixon

Chick-fil-A is coming closer to Brockport! The chain will open a store in Greece on April 12, according to a corporate spokesperson. 96 more words


Mine Woman!

When I was between the ages of 5-10, I was an asshole.  I hung out with mean, preppy girls who liked to bully nice girls.  I was clique-y.  591 more words


EU Leaders Condemn Turkish Blockade

Reuters news agency reports that European Union leaders will condemn what they see as Turkey’s illegal actions in a standoff over eastern Mediterranean gas reserves with bloc members Greece and Cyprus, in a joint statement to be issued on Thursday. 99 more words

News And Politics

Kratos Not Pleased With New 'Assassin's Creed' Game

Earlier this week it was announced that the newest game in Ubisofts popular Assassin’s Creed franchise will be set in Ancient Greece and will be slated for a fall 2019 release. 196 more words

Video Game News

An Insider's view: 10 things nobody will tell you about the Greeks & Greece

To start with, there is no mention of Santorini in this article at all, except for this one. Let’s get onto something which you might not know yet. 1,094 more words


Life in Ancient Sparta Kind of Sucked

Photo Courtesy of greekboston.com

During the height of Greek Antiquity, there were hundreds of individual city-states throughout the Greek sphere of influence. The idea of Greece wasn’t the idea of a unified country as it is today, it was a collection of small governments, fiercely independent, that shared a common thread. 753 more words

Ancient History