Los Angeles based heavy metal act, Lightning Strikes, led by Armenian-American drummer/founder, Karpis Maksudian, have announced a January 20th U.S. release for their eponymous debut album.
Once again, Tootikian has demonstrated that, as an acute observer and a good communicator, he has a special talent of being a spokesman for God’s word, a gift he has generously shared with the reading public.
Two volumes, Armenian Van and Armenian Bitlis & Mush, have been released in Turkish translation by Aras Publishers in Istanbul.
Three world premieres, a beloved Mendelssohn masterpiece, and internationally acclaimed artists Kuniko Kato and Tony Arnold highlight the upcoming concert of the Dilijan Series, entitled “Eagles,” at Zipper Hall on Jan 15.
“She Loves,” a contemporary-art exhibition featuring the works of close to 45 artists, will open on February 10 at the Honeypot Studio in Downtown Los Angeles.
Dr. Richard Hovannisian will present a talk on his newly published book “Armenian Communities of the Northeastern Mediterranean: Musa Dagh—Dört Yol—Kessab” on Jan. 27 at Fresno State University.
The Iraqi village of Havresc (originally called “Hay Vrej,” the Armenian words for “revenge through survival”) was once populated with Armenian Genocide survivors and their descendants.
Michelle Coco Der Vartanian’s photo series entitled “Fortitude,” from which this photo essay is culled, represents “the suffering and the resilience of our people.”
A few weeks ago, an Armenian theater artist/producer in Los Angeles posted on Facebook that she was selling her collection of art from Armenia in order to fund her future theater projects.
On a clear autumn day, my cousins and I proceeded north toward Sherman, Connecticut. The 75 minutes’ drive was pleasant on the scenic country roads