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Although I have spent the last 45 years in the United States, I consider myself more of a citizen of the world. For thirty years,... [Read More]
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Read about the Tom Vartabedian Fellowship Program here. Tom Vartabedian was a longtime columnist of The Armenian Weekly, who in many ways embodied the spirit... [Read More]
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SACRAMENTO, Calif.—A bill that would require the divestment of California public employee retirement funds from Turkish-controlled investments over the country's denial of the Armenian Genocide... [Read More]
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Hovnanian School alumnus and retired Major League Soccer player Alecko Eskandarian is encouraging his youngest fans to pursue their dreams while retaining the history, language,... [Read More]
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Final Chapter Standings Place Chapter Points 1 Philadelphia 161 2 Greater Boston 149 3 New Jersey 72 4 Detroit 63.5 5 Providence 48 6 Chicago... [Read More]
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Amid unprecedented strains in U.S.-Turkey ties - with Ankara's traditional advocates and apologists on Capitol Hill running for cover - the Armenian National Committee of... [Read More]
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The period of time that immediately followed September 11 was a contentious one for American media outlets. For many publications, it was too soon for... [Read More]
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Two otherwise unrelated but Armenia-impacting items caught my eye this week. The first was yet another "brilliancy prize"-worthy article by Arye Gut, an Armenian-hating hack.... [Read More]
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The Holy Cross Cathedral on Aghtamar Island is welcoming the faithful once again. On Sunday, September 9, acting Armenian Patriarch Aram Ateshian led a mass... [Read More]
You all know the saying, "It takes a village to raise a child." Where is the village? Every mother, especially in the United States, is... [Read More]
TIBILISI (OC Media)—The Georgian government is considering lifting restrictions on 'producing cannabis for pharmaceutical and cosmetic purposes for export.' According to Georgian news agency InterPressNews, the potential draft... [Read More]
Just over a week to go until Yerevantsis head to the polls to elect their second municipal council in as many years. But this year... [Read More]
I was introduced to the legend of Kenneth J. Sarajian in the early 1970s. He was walking around the swimming pool at the Armenian Youth... [Read More]
CAMBRIDGE, Mass.– The non-profit organization Cambridge-Yerevan Sister City Association (CYSCA), which has been partnering Cambridge with the city of Yerevan since 1987, has once again... [Read More]
This article is part of a continuing series documenting the available records for research into one's Armenian family roots. Part I in the series supplied... [Read More]
NEW YORK—His Grace Bishop Anoushavan Tanielian was elected to serve as the new prelate of the Eastern Prelacy of the Armenian Apostolic Church of America... [Read More]
How many times have your heard that immigration agents at Ellis Island (New York) changed your Armenian family's name when they arrived in this country?... [Read More]
As I sit here and try to sum up the last eight weeks (which felt like two) into a few hundred words, I find myself... [Read More]
A top Israeli diplomat is raising eyebrows after a recent visit to the Armenian Genocide Memorial Complex—Dzidzernagapert. "The tragedy of the Armenian nation has never... [Read More]
Two Armenian siblings growing up in the Netherlands are no longer in fear of deportation after the Dutch government ruled Saturday that they could stay... [Read More]
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