FRAMINGHAM, Mass. — Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, Primate of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern), visited the Armenian Church of the Holy Translators in Framingham, Mass., on November 21-22, where he celebrated the[...]

By Tom Vartabedian WATERTOWN, Mass. — Former Bentley College President Gregory Adamian worked there. So did Tufts University guru John Baronian and prominent artist Arshile Gorky until he overstepped his bounds and got dismissed. The[...]

KOLKATA, India (Hetq) — On December 30, 2009, Very Rev. Khoren Hovhannisyan, pastor of the Armenians in India and the manager of the Armenian College & Philanthropic Academy, accompanied by a group of students of the college, rang in[...]

NEW LONDON, Conn. (The Times) — There’s more to oysters than slurping them off a shell with a drop or two of cocktail sauce. The incredible, edible oyster has ties to the region that go back to American Indians who harvested[...]

LINCOLN, R.I. (The Valley Breeze) — George Chakoian flew 46 combat missions in a B-24 bomber over the Pacific during World War II, and later, continued serving the military in civilian life as an aerospace engineer at the US Army Natick[...]

PARAMUS, N.J. — On Sunday, November 22, the Armenian Presbyterian Church had their Thanksgiving Dinner in honor of Andrew Torigian. Andy has been a key individual in many Christian, Armenian and other philanthropic organizations for[...]

By Michele Wilson (Editor’s Note: This is the first in a series of features exploring the rich histories and traditions of Bergen’s diverse cultures.) BERGEN, N.J. (201 Magazine) — The unknown story of Bergen’s Armenian people —[...]

Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School at Barnes & Noble By Janet Marcarian BAYSIDE, NY — December 2, 2009 will be remembered by the HMADS kindergarteners as “Barnes & Noble’s Day.” “How come?” one might ask. The answer is[...]