Thirty years on, we remember and honor Hagop Levonian, a great man, not only for his fate as a martyr, but also for the immeasurable contributions he made to the Armenian community in Australia and also in Lebanon.
On September 13, 1965, Armenian Mesrobian School, the nation’s first full-time Armenian elementary school opened its doors.
It can be said that 2015 was a monumental year for the Armenian Nation. The much anticipated centennial of the Armenian Genocide dominated our national agenda for most of the year
On June 15 the Armenian nation lost one its greatest sons. A man, who through his brilliance, humility, and honesty rose to become a symbol of generosity to the Armenian nation
The Armenian National Committee of America – Western Region proudly announced the official establishment of the Walter and Laurel Karabian Foundation for Public Policy.
Artsakh (or Mountainous Karabakh) has become a place, where every traveler should visit once in a lifetime
In the midst of this season of good cheer and merriment, let us not forget the true meaning of Christmas and the true reason for our celebrations
On any given day, ARS Social Service offices are bustling with activity as dedicated staff work tirelessly to offer comprehensive social services to clients in need
On November 17 a delegation from the Armenian Revolutionary Federation Montebello ‘Dro’ Gomideh delivered a fully refurbished fire truck to the City of Stepanakert in Nagorno Karabakh
“Happy Armenians” unfolds in an alternate version of history in which the Kingdom of Cilicia did not meet its end in 1375