The archdiocese web-site includes news articles, event announcements, a parish directory, educational material including multimedia programs as well as iconograms, and many other helpful resources.
The "Apostolic Church of Patras 88,4 fm stereo" broadcasts 24 hours a day from Greece. Their web-site includes a web-page from which the broadcasts are available worldwide. This courtesy link is given by a request in the PAHH message board from the offices of the Metropolis, 11 October 2004. The year 2004 is the 15th year of their continuous broadcasts.
The Hellenic Journal is the only Greek American newspaper published in the western United States.
This monthly guide delivers news about Greece, local communities, Greek organizations, features ... and much more.
In its May 2002 issue, the journal published a feature article about the launch of the PAHH web-site.
Hellenic Public Radio ~ COSMOS FM (HPR) broadcasts under the aegis of the
Greek American Educational Public Information System, Inc. (HPR) ~ a not-for-profit media, educational organization.
GAEPIS is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Hellenic heritage in the United States via the media of mass communication.
In a broadcast on 24 Jan 2003, the Hellenic Public Radio featured the activities of some of the history organizations in the PAHH network as well as the activities of the PAHH web-site itself. An audio copy of the radio broadcast, with credits, is available in the PAHH news archives. The radio broadcoast included interviews with Mary K. Mousalimas (founder of Ascension Historical Committee and co-founder of PAHH), Zoye Marino Fidler (President of Greek Heritage Society of Southern California), and Anna Giannotis.
The Modern Greek Studies Association (MGSA) is a
dedicated to the promotion of modern Greek studies in the United States and Canada.
The National Herald has been serving the Greek American community since 1915. Based in New York, this is only Greek American daily newspaper. The daily, Ethnikos Kyrix, is published in the Greek-language. An English-language edition, The National Herald is published weekly. The National Herald Online includes Greek and English language sections.
The January 21, 2004, issue of The National Herald Online contains an article by Steve Frangos titled PAHH.com web-site.
The Saffas Artworks web-site contains pictures of
the prototype of the statue to be used in the bronze monument for the Hellenic American Veterans Memorial.
The statue depicts a Greek American Operational Group OSS Member in full battle dress, alert, and ready for combat in Greece.
The sculptor is Andrew G. Saffas. The site offers insights into other pieces of his work, also. Some of this sculptor's personal reflections have been published in the PAHH memoirs.
The Tsakopoulos Hellenic Collection at the California State University, Sacramento (CSUS) Library is an extensive resource for scholars and researchers nationally and internationally.
The strengths of the Collection are in Greece (all periods), the Ottoman Empire, Turkey, and the Balkans.
Particularly relevant for research into Greek-American history is the manuscript collection of Dr. Basil Vlavianos, publisher of the Greek-American newspaper Ethnikos Keryx (The National Herald), as well as a nearly full run of the newspaper from 1916-1944.