AKTINA FM now has a street named after it

Greek-American public radio station AKTINA FM now has its own street.

Last week, elected officials named 23rd Avenue and 27th Street after the station, which has served Greek and Greek-Cypriot communities for decades.

“AKTINA is an integral part of Astoria,” said founder and host Elena Maroulleti, a native of Cyprus. “It was born here, it grew up here and continues to thrive in the heart of Astoria.”

Read more about the street renaming event in this week’s LIC/Astoria Journal newspaper.

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  1. October 31, 2018

    […] In the Blogs • An Astoria street was named after a Greek-Cypriot radio station. […]

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