Are you ready to let loose and laugh? If you are, then you have to watch Vahe Berberian’s latest monologue Yete, which will be performed on Thursdays starting June 6, at Beyond the Stars Palace in Glendale.
Sex trafficking is a global problem. And yet, it is often baffling how that dark world can coexist parallel to ours, with the vast majority of us being unaware of its horrors. The collapse of the Soviet Union and the ensuing chaos in almost all of its former republics created a particularly fertile ground for [...]
The following is an excerpt from a book published in 2009 in Los Angeles, written by Yervant Babayan, about prominent Armenian writers and community leaders. The book titled “They Should Not Be Forgotten” is currently being translated to English to be accessible to the new generation. Yervant Babayan is 99 years old. He is a writer and educator living in Los Angeles.
On Friday, April 5, “The Crime of the Ages,” a book containing documentary evidence of the Genocide written by Sebuh Aguni, a journalist who miraculously survived the 1915 Turkish massacre of Armenians, will be presented at the Zorayan Hall at the Western Diocese in Burbank at 7 pm, under the auspices of His Eminence Archbishop Hovnan Derderian.