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The wonderful monks and nuns from the monastery where my father is buried surprised me by coming to my book signing at The Hub organized by the Public bookstore.
On my last day in Athens, sharing Françoise Gilot's painting of the goddess Athena, for whom the city is named, from my book The Gods of Greece. Goddess of wisdom and war, her spirit reminds modern women that creation and action are as inherently natural to a woman as to a man.
Celebrating the launch of @HuffPostGreece on our final night in Athens at the home of my dear friend Jeanie Chandris. pic.twitter.com/cvc4FwFmdT
At the home of Jeanie Chandris, a #HuffPostGreece partner and my dear friend, celebrating the launch on our final night in #Athens with Editor-in-Chief Nikos Agouros, Editorial Director Sophia Papaioannou and our partners. We had a gorgeous HuffPost Greece plant, as well as "mobile editions" which w
"The word no can be a whole sentence" @ariannahuff advises women. "Thrive" here I come!! pic.twitter.com/ovTxonmQkk
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So happy to bring #Thrive, dedicated to my mother, to the city where she raised me. instagram.com/p/vrOmZTuhkU pic.twitter.com/rVD1rBAIc2
Talking about #Thrive at The Hub in #Athens with Stella Kasdagli, an amazing Greek journalist who wrote a blog for the launch of #HuffPostGreece on empowering women. So happy to bring the book, dedicated to my mother, to the city where she raised @AgapiSees and me! (top photo from @ophilos)
Η @ariannahuff μας υπογράφει το βιβλίο της. Μη χάσετε τη συνέντευξή της στο τευχος Δεκεμβρίου που κυκλοφορεί σήμερα! pic.twitter.com/xGaIb6dxpV
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So many inspiring stories of unsung heroes -- caregivers supporting family and friends -- in this week's #HuffMag! Download the issue at huff.to/mag
Bloomberg View's editorial gives precisely the reasons why #Greece has to say no to the absurd demands of the Troika: bv.ms/11CNrPR
Driving by the street where @AgapiSees and I grew up in #Athens. This is the corner where we got on the bus to school.
“I felt once more how simple and frugal a thing is happiness: a glass of wine, a roast chestnut, a wretched little brazier, the sound of the sea. Nothing else. And all that is required to feel that here and now is happiness is a simple, frugal heart." Nikos Kazantzakis in Zorba the Greek
At the launch party for @HuffPostGreece at the stunning Acropolis with the Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras. pic.twitter.com/b8zDwFRi4x
At the launch party for #HuffPostGreece, at the stunning #Acropolis museum with the Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras.
Thinking of my favorite childhood poem. Excited to set out on a new voyage with our wonderful @HuffPostGreece team! pic.twitter.com/bjShczxNNk
As I come home to Athens, thinking of my favorite childhood poem. Excited to set out on a new voyage with our wonderful #HuffPostGreece team!
At the Acropolis for the #HuffPostGreece Launch Party with Isabella and Gianna Angelopoulos-Daskalaki, the president of the 2004 #Athens Olympics Organizing Committee.
Η @ariannahuff στο Προεδρικό Μέγαρο όπου συνάντησε τον Πρόεδρο της Ελληνικής Δημοκρατίας Κ.Παπούλια #HuffPostGreece pic.twitter.com/rbuUiNhOvB
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Thrilled to launch #Thrive in Greek at this moment in Greece's history and to share it with the British Hellenic Chamber of Commerce in #Athens today. Thank you to my dear friend Eugenia Chandris for hosting!
24MEDIA team & @ariannahuff in front of our @HuffPostGreece wall. Willpower and team-spirit is what it's all about. pic.twitter.com/grgK1qxDlZ
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The Greek gods can guide us to forgotten dimensions of ourselves. Today as we launch #HuffPostGreece, I'm looking to Hermes, who introduces fluidity, motion, and new beginnings. Beautiful painting by Francoise Gilot from my book Gods of Greece.