The Glendale Central Library will re-open to the public Monday, May 1, after an extensive renovation which began in July 2015.
Educator and community activist Lena Kortoshian was one of 12 women honored by Rep. Adam Schiff during his 2017 Women of the Year luncheon in Echo Park
Senator Anthony Portantino’s legislation, SCR 25, which will install a sign at the Fair Oaks Avenue exit off Interstate 210 in Pasadena to direct the public to the Pasadena Armenian Genocide Memorial, passed the Senate Transportation Committee with unanimous support.
A major conference dedicated to the latest developments and discoveries of Armenian archaeology will take place on Saturday, May 13, 2017, in the main conference room of the Charles E. Young Research Library at UCLA.
The Armenian Student Association at Azusa Pacific University (APU), through the generous gift of APU alumnus Gary Mkrtchyan and family, dedicated a khachkar (cross-stone) to their campus on April 22.
Hovhannes “John” Megrdichian was born in the early winter of 1925 to Gregor and Mariam Gabrielian in the Petrovsky District of Stavropol Krai, Russia.
The Burbank City Clerk’s office certified the results of Burbank General Elections on April 14.
Tens of thousands of people gathered at Pan Pacific Park on Monday, April 24, in a March for Justice to the Turkish Consulate.
The Armenian Genocide Committee announced on Sunday the line-up of elected officials that will be marching with the collective voice of the Armenian community on April 24, 2017.
The San Gabriel Valley Armenian community will be commemorating 102nd Anniversary of the Armenian Genocide by hosting its annual rally and vigil on Sunday, April 23, at 7 p.m. at Armenian Genocide Martyrs Monument in San Clemente, California.