Amid a bustling city, one neighborhood stands out for its art and artisans

ATHENS, Greece – The capital is full of neighborhoods, mostly organized around its churches. But there is another defining factor in this city of ruins and gods: its artists. Tucked around side streets and down cobbled roads, neighborhoods full of artisans dot the sprawling city in every direction. One, Psirri, has an especially vibrant story to tell.

Despite challenging economic climate, Greek startups continue to grow

Story by Bridget Peery · Chatter echoes through the two-story, open working space of Ok!Thess, an incubator in Thessaloniki nearly a year old. In the conference area, more than a dozen people listen to an instructor give her slideshow presentation. In the seminar space, just around the corner, another speaker commands the room. On the second-floor…