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Ten things all World Cup viewers should be aware of.
Jerry Seinfeld and his wife, Jessica, are on vacation in Greece, and she shared his first ever selfie on Instagram.
We've seen soccer stadiums on fire and matches interrupted by thrown flares, but never an entire stadium of fans with flares on fire.
Someone has finally come up with a solution for the dreaded Vertical Video Syndrome (people holding their camera the wrong way).
In yesterday's draw against Romania, Greece’s Vasilis Torosidis provided all of Romania's offense with this somewhat impressive own goal.
It's a shame we haven't had any Django Unchained tie-in commercials here in the oh-so-sensitive United States of Puritan Wieners, but luckily Greece is picking up the slack with this new commercial for Jumbo, a chain store that reimagines itself as a Django-style hero, freeing parents from the bondage of high pencil prices.
A Greek television station accidentally aired footage from a softcore porn film in the background of their news broadcast.
Elite basketball players are physically evolving faster than any creature to ever walk the earth.
In what could very well end up being a commercial for Verizon (our calls always get through), here's a guy trying to kick a soccer goal, bricks it off the post and ends up hitting FOUR goal posts in total.
There's room for just three teams left in the London 2012 Olympics, and the spots are being decided at the World Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Venezuela this week (the final is Sunday).
If there's one thing we don't cover enough on this blog, it's the International Ice Hockey Federation Division III Championships.
This is the trailer for Dogtooth, a film from Greece opening June 25th in New York City.
While you may have heard yesterday that Olympiakos â€“ the same team that lured Josh Childress over to Greece â€“ is interested in Knicks point guard Nate Robinson, apparently the Greek team is willing to give Nate up to five million reasons why he should learn to like souvlaki.
After testing the free agent waters like a college player trying to assess his draft stock, it appears Josh Childress is happier making euros than dollars.
In his three-year run at Stanford, Josh Childress never made it past the second round of the NCAA Tournament.