My birth certificate from St. Peter's General Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey and my first shoes bronzed.
Items from New Brunswick New Jersey Junior High School, 1964-1966.
Items from New Brunswick (New Jersey) High School, 1966-1969.
On my way to a soccer match in Philadelphia on April 1, 1978, I stopped for gas and here's what The Philadelphia Inquirer reporter wrote about that occasion without me knowing about a service station strike.
From 1979 until today I have been a member of the Foreign Press Association of Greece (FPA), first as an associate member, then as an active member and finally as an honorary member. From 1993 to 1998 I was a member of the Audit Committee of the association.
The Foreign Press Association of Greece was founded in 1916 and is the only officially recognized organization for foreign media representatives in Greece. The main goal of this non-profit association is to promote the professional duties of its members.
The total number of the association’s members is approximately 200. These include 120 Active Members, who are foreign correspondents representing 100 foreign media from 30 countries.
The rest are Associate Members, namely, employees of the Diplomatic Corps, Press Attaches, Communications and Public Relations consultants or other prominent people of Greek public life interested in keeping up with FPA’s progress and events. In addition, the FPA hosts a number of Honorary Members, who are retired correspondents.
Because of the air pollution problem in the center of Athens, the Greek government decided to restrict the circulation of cars downtown, but allowed journalists to circulate with special permits, as seen below.
Various press cards obtained in Greece throughout the years.