ARMONK, N.Y. — St. Nersess Armenian Seminary “was the admirable vision of founder and first dean, Archbishop Tiran Nersoyan,” stated Diocesan Primate Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, during a recent interview. “He saw the crucial need[...]

NEW YORK — The Eastern Diocese’s Krikor and Clara Zohrab Information Center hosted a book presentation by Adrienne Alexanian, editor of her late father’s newly published memoir, Forced into Genocide: Memoirs of an Armenian Soldier[...]

FAIR LAWN, N.J. — Six leading community figures will be honored for their dedication to the Armenian community and the St. Giragos Church of Dikranagerd on Friday, May 12, 7 p.m., at the St. Leon Abajian Hall in an event hosted by the[...]

NEW YORK — US Sen., Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and attorney Mark Geragos will speak at the 102nd anniversary of the Armenian Genocide on Sunday, April 23, from 2 to 4 p.m. Thousands will gather in Times Square (43rd St. & Broadway) to[...]

NEW YORK — The debut play “Where Is Your Groom? (Pesad Oor Eh)” II sent waves of laughter throughout the Miller Theatre at Columbia University on Sunday, March 26, where more than 500 guests enjoyed the sequel to the funny saga of[...]

By Lilit Petrosyan NEW YORK — A big dreamer and extremely talented soul, Artur Makaryan likes to say that “if you have a determined mind, you have already done half of the job. The fulfillment of your dreams requires time and hard[...]

NEW YORK — On Sunday, April 23, from 2 to 4 p.m., thousands will gather in Times Square (43rd St. and Broadway) to commemorate the 102nd anniversary commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. In recognition of Genocide Awareness Month in[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK —  “It’s all about the parishes,” explains Seta Nazarian. “The Eastern Diocese’s endowment campaign — ‘Our Church, Our Legacy’ — is about the crucial importance of the local, individual[...]

NEW YORK — The sequel to the humorous hit play “Where Is Your Groom? (Pesad Oor Eh)” will debut on Sunday, March 26, at Miller Theatre in Manhattan. Three years after its original debut at New York City’s Players Theatre, followed[...]

By Tom Vartabedian NEW YORK — Whether he played a cop, thug, Mafia kingpin, a traveling corset salesman or a loveable Italian grandfather, rest assured Val Avery, born Sebouh Der Abrahamian, always put his best acting foot forward.[...]