The USC Institute of Armenian Studies will host a public program entitled Celebrity Diplomacy – Redefining Armenia’s Role in the Diaspora, to be held at USC’s Bovard Auditorium on January 29, 2017.
The Charlie Keyan Armenian Community School Board of Education announced on Jan. 19 the retirement of Principal Zar Der Mugrdechian.
It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of our beloved husband, father and relative Galoust Pakhanians.
On the evening of Friday, January 6, the Prelate’s annual New Year and Christmas Dinner brought together 600 guests who had gathered at Holy Cross Cathedral’s “Bagramian” Hall.
The Armenian Relief Society of Western USA and its Social Services Division kicked-off the New Year with revitalized spirit in carrying forward its charitable mission through a Gift-Giving Event held on January 4, 2017 for local children of low-income families.
The Society for Armenian Studies (SAS) held an interesting and informative conference on “Armenians in America,” on Thursday, November 17, 2016, in Boston, Massachusetts.
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.
Attorney and community activist Natalie Samarjian has been appointed Executive Director of Coro Southern California, a nonprofit organization dedicated to training young adults to be civic leaders.