New York

Imagine Frank Zappa brought back to life, but as a crazed violinist running up and down a stage playing a hundred miles an hour to adoring crowds: sexy, long dark hair flying in all directions wearing workout gear and the occasional[...]

NEW YORK — The 12th Annual COAF Summer Soirée, held on June 21, raised $125,000 for the establishment of a Child & Family Center in Stepanakert, Artsakh, an initiative dedicated to rebuilding and transforming the post-war population[...]

NEW YORK — Newly elect Primate of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America, Very Rev. Fr. Mesrop Parsamyan met with Hagop Vartivarian, Baikar Weekly Editor, and Nerses Babayan, Baikar Senior Contributor, at the Diocesan[...]

By Stephan S. Nigohosian NEW YORK — In a spiritually moving and significant milestone in the life of the Eastern Diocese, clergy and faithful laity gathered as one Christian body at St. Vartan Cathedral on June 9, to bear witness as Fr.[...]

NEW YORK — Members of the Tekeyan Cultural Association of Greater New York (TCA) met with the newly elected Primate of the Eastern Diocese, Very Rev. Mesrop Parsamyan, to congratulate him on his role and to discuss ways for the Eastern[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — It was more like an Armenian homecoming, as a curious but passionately interested audience gathered together on Thursday, May 26 at the Armenian Diocese to see exquisite photographs of Artsakh churches and[...]

NEW YORK  —  To many people, the word curate evokes images of priests in religious garb since curate is also a synonym for a man of the cloth, or else it’s easily confused with the verb “to cater.” So what does it actually mean[...]

NEW YORK — “Dreams on Fire” starts off from a controversial scientific hypothesis that has gained momentum in recent years. According to the emerging field of epigenetics, trauma can not only be passed down intergenerationally; it[...]

By Florence Avakian It was a special evening of paying tribute to a dedicated individual, Zarmine Boghosian, the former principal and teacher at the Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School for decades, and a lifelong champion of teaching and[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — It was a memorial tribute to an Armenian individual who embodied the best in education, scholarship, compassion and philanthropy. “What a voyage I have been on,” he once wrote. On Wednesday, April 13,[...]