NEW YORK — Dr. Nishan Parlakian, 86, died on September 12. An outgoing and beloved figure in the Armenian community as well as in the broader worlds of drama and academia, Parlakian was emeritus professor of theater at John Jay College,[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Turkey’s Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is angry again. He is rather furious this time around at Armenia’s president, Serge[...]

By Rabbi Albert Gabbai What would you say if the world denied that the Holocaust ever[...]

DETROIT — Dr. Antranig Chalabian, the author of several volumes of Armenian history, died on April 12, at his home in Southfield. He was[...]

WYNNEWOOD, Penn. — The Eastern Diocese mourns the passing of the Rev. Paree Metjian, who died on Friday, January 28, in his home. He was[...]

NEW YORK (AP) — Barry Zorthian, a colorful US diplomat who left his mark on American policy in Vietnam as a forthright and often combative press spokesman in the early years of the war, has[...]

JANUARY • One of the “leftovers of the sword,” Fethiye Cetin, 60, a prominent civil rights attorney in Turkey, had her sense of identity shattered when she learned from her grandmother that she was one of thousands of Armenian[...]

THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (Los Angeles Daily News) — J. Michael Hagopian, a two-time Emmy Awardnominated filmmaker whose 70 documentaries on the Armenian Genocide won more than 160 awards, has died. He was[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian It would be an understatement to say that Harutune Yeretzian’s untimely and sudden loss caused a terrible shock for all those who had come to make his acquaintance or who had befriended him. His life was cut short at[...]

WATERTOWN — Angele Tomassian died at Mt. Auburn Hospital in Cambridge, Mass on August 15 after a short illness. She was[...]

WATERTOWN, Mass. — Jirair Haratunian, 82, died on Monday, August 9, leaving a rich legacy of service to the people of Armenia and the United[...]