Kyriakos Philippides is the oldest person I’ve ever profiled. He turned 97 last month, though his birth certificate – issued in Solea in 1920 – claims he was born in September. Age, in itself, isn’t usually a criterion to determine whether a person is interesting (in fact, it almost never is); still, there’s an undoubted frisson to sitting down with a man who’s been alive just short of a...
A career defined by hard work sees a prominent Protestant preacher and shoe maker now operate a juice shop as he approaches 100. THEO PANAYIDES meets a man with friends around the globe
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