Ι said many times on this blog that the surrealism we have been living in this country for the last two years resembles the one we used to love on the Monty Python series. I can understand the government’s efforts to turn black into white but the absurdity of statements … Read More »
The Pandemic as a Chance: “We have deaths, Yes, but we saved tourism,” says Greek PM Mitsotakis
The pandemic as a chance. Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis is an optimist person who always sees the bright side of life against all odds including some thousands of deaths. For example, late on Thursday and in an interview with ANT1 TV, the 53-year-old leader responded to the question “-We … Read More »
NY’s Eve party? Authorities to tally up how many friends you are entitled to or fine you
How many friends are you supposed to have as a person? Five? Ten? Fifty? Greece’s Health Ministry believes to know better. “If authorities tally up more people than taking into consideration at the New Year’s Eve party, they will fine you,” TV channels report with emphasis on Thursday citing sources … Read More »
New Year’s Eve without music: Greeks seek alternative solutions (Op-Ed)
Hardly had the Greek Health Minister announced New Year’s Eve celebrations without music and closure of food service facilities at 2 a.m. and a tsunami of cancellations struck restaurants, bars and entertainment venues. “We’re done. We close,” unionists of the sector told state-broadcaster ERT three hours after the announcement stressing … Read More »
Merry Christmas 2021! Not in the mood for Christmas? Wait till you see my tree….
I can’t imagine the festive season without two of my favorite things: A Christmas tree and my favorite film of all times: A Christmas Carol. Year in, year out, I have to drop what I’m going and watch at least one version of Scrooge the the Ghosts. I love to … Read More »
Who wants grilled sausage and pork chop on Tsiknopempti 2021?
It could have been been a relaxed day with a bit of posting about the traditional Greek Meat Barbecue Feast Tsiknopempti in the morning and plates with grilled meat, chops, sausages, meatballs – plus mountains of salad – from noon onward. The BBQ smell would arise from the balconies in … Read More »
Technical problem on KTG
Sorry to see a technical problem on KeepTalkingGreece again, where the right side bar overlaps with the text. We try to fix it. Apologies for the inconvenience. Read More »
Happy Easter! Xronia Polla! Christos Anesti!
KeepTalkingGreece wishes all readers, Happy Easter! Xronia Polla! Christos Anesti! Read More »
Comments Policy poll: The people have spoken
Stricter Moderation. Done. Comments anarchy is over. Done. Thank you for taking part. KTG Read More »
Comments Section & Policy: Disable Comments or Stricter Moderation?
The situation in KTG’s comments section has gone far out of control recently. More than 10-15 comments per day solely aiming to target and attack each other? In the last 24 hours, I deleted 20 ‘comments’ by users furious at each other. Guys, You must be kidding… Guys, I wonder, … Read More »
Anyone having problems with ‘Comments Captcha’?
anyone having problems with comments ‘captcha’? I think I saw a relevant comment by GiGi but the moment I approved it it …disappeared. thanks for the feedback KTG Read More »
Almost done with the upgrading of KTG
ufffffffffffff! We are almost done with the Upgrading of “KeepTalkingGreece.com”. In fact we are ready at 96.76%. Minor corrections still need to be done. We hope you like the new template – ‘theme’ that is. It was a very work intense and exhausting weekend. But when there are some great … Read More »
ATTENTION: We do some Upgrading on KTG today….
We do some upgrading today, Saturday, March 4th 2017. Therefore the website “KeepTalkingGreece” will be down for a couple of hours after 2 pm local time. Thank you Read More »