Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA — Koudsy Mikaelian died on April 19, 2020. She was 89. She was born in Aleppo, Syria, the daughter of Abraham and Makrouhi Basmajian. One of six siblings, she moved to Beirut, Lebanon, where she married her childhood[...]

By Rachel Vigoda PHILADELPHIA (Eater Philadelphia) — While restaurant dining rooms across the state are shuttered during the coronavirus pandemic, Philly restaurant owners are getting creative when it comes to engaging — and[...]

By Harry A. Kezelian III PHILADELPHIA — Eighty years ago, in 1939, three teenage Armenian-American brothers, Sam, Mike, and Joe Vosbikian, from St. Gregory’s Armenian Church in North Philadelphia, started a band with their two[...]

WILLIAMSPORT, Penn. – Leah Bedrosian Peterson, multi-media artist, associate professor of film and video arts, and chair of the communications department at Lycoming College, received recognition at multiple national film festivals[...]

BROOMALL, Penn. — The family and friends of Arslan Seraydarian celebrated his 100th birthday on Saturday, February 17, at the Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College in Philadelphia. The evening was filled with historic and[...]

WYNNEWOOD, Penn. – Antoine S. Bazarbashian passed away peacefully in his sleep on January 23. Born in Beirut, Lebanon, to Hester and Sarkis Bazarbashian, Antoine came to the United States in 1960. His career as a lithographer began[...]

WYNNEWOOD, Penn. — Papken Megerian, vice chairman of the Armenian Democratic Liberal Party (Ramgavar) District Committee of the Eastern United States and Canada, publisher of the Armenian Mirror-Spectator and member of the Central Board[...]

NEW YORK — Archbishop Khajag Barsamian, Primate of the Diocese of the Armenian Church of America (Eastern), recently appointed four priests to serve parishes in Waukegan, Ill., Cheltenham, Penn., Cleveland, Ohio and St. Paul, Minn. The[...]