Between Europe's Borders
Life in the Last Capital City Still Split by a Border Zone
For decades, a hard border has divided Greek Cyprus and Turkish Cyprus, through Nicosia. One photographer spoke to those on both sides.
Lindsay Lohan's Reality Show Is Bad, But Not Fun Bad
'Displaced Dishes' Shares the Recipes of Refugees in Greece's Second Largest Camp
Sometimes, remembering favourite dishes, arguing over ingredients, and telling their stories is as close as the refugees get to home.
How the Instant-Coffee Frappé Became a Beloved Greek Institution
It's literally just instant coffee shaken with water and sugar, but that doesn't stop it from being ubiquitous, iconic, and important to Greeks.
Photos of the Destruction Caused By Wildfires in the Greek Town of Rafina
Twenty-six of the 60 people killed in the wildfires so far were found on a single plot of land in Rafina, just outside Athens.
Thousands of Greeks Protested the Fact That Macedonia Is Called Macedonia
For decades, Greece has been worried that its neighbour, Macedonia, will one day claim the Greek province of the same name.
The Corruption I Saw Working for a Greek Public Hospital
Number one: giving money to a doctor before surgery is a no-no, but after the operation it's just a "thank you present".
Pricey Greek 'Olive Oil' Revealed to Be Dyed Sunflower Oil
Olive oil fraud is actually a pretty common thing.
People Showed Us Stuff from Old Relationships They Couldn't Throw Away
It's important to cherish the memories, even if it means holding on to a record with the words "FUCK YOU" carved into it.
These Young Brewers Are Fighting Greece's Economic Crisis with Craft Beer
Amid financial turmoil, they're finding success with craft beers in wine-loving Greece.
Sex and Skinny Dipping: A Brief History of Mykonos
Welcome to Greece's hedonistic utopia.
Greece Called—It Wants Its Greek Yogurt Back
Think of it as the Champagne of yogurts.