Topic: community

LOS ANGELES (PanARMENIAN.Net) — Business Insider has prepared a short video about Gary Kazanchyan, an Armenian-American celebrity shoemaker who creates extravagant and unique footwear for stars and icons like Lady Gaga, Kiss, Johnny[...]

BOSTON — The 67th annual Armenian Night at the Pops featured violinist Haig Hovsepian, a rising sophomore at the Cleveland Institute of Music performing along with the Boston Pops at Symphony Hall on Saturday, June 9. Hovsepian, who was[...]

By Elaine Schmidt, Special to the Journal Sentinel MILWAUKEE (Milwaukee Sentinel) — And now for something completely gorgeous: The Milwaukee Ballet opened a production of “Swan Lake” on May 31 at the Marcus Center. Choreographed[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Haig Hovsepian of Belmont is a son and grandson of musicians and the cousin of the most famous violinists performing today. Still, he said in a recent interview that his career choice as a violinist is an accident. “My[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) has received one of the most significant archives of documents relating to the Armenian Genocide—the archive collected by the late Very Rev. Krikor[...]

BROOKLYN, N.Y. — On an unusually sun soaked April afternoon in this shifting section of Brooklyn, where some flock into a millennial-friendly juice bar while others exit a legendary bodega, Armen Djerrahian checks the sun’s strength on[...]

NEW YORK — Clare Russell Gregorian, a lifelong advocate and leader in education, literacy, and women’s issues, and the wife of Carnegie Corporation President Vartan Gregorian died on April 28, at home in New York City, surrounded[...]

LOS ANGELES – Brian Kabateck is a Southern California attorney specializing in consumer fraud who frequently appears on television and other news media. He has played an important role in lawsuits against insurance companies withholding[...]

WASHINGTON — The Armenian National Institute (ANI) launched a new 24-panel digital exhibit displaying the role of the YMCA and American relief work during the first republic of Armenia (1918-1920). The exhibit focuses on John Elder and[...]

  NEW YORK — The historical, cultural and political influences of Armenian music production were discussed and explored in an enlightening and insightful talk by Dr. Yektan Türkyılmaz at Columbia University on Thursday, March 22.[...]