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Theatre Review: Safe Path For ‘Perils’

ven at its height, the Armenian literary renaissance of the 19th century did not produce many dramatists, but it did beget Hagop Baronian, who remains our best known – if not best – satirist. Baronian’s milieu was the Bolis – or Constantinople – of the Ottoman Era, and his writing was devoted to skewering the Armenian bourgeoisie that burgeoned there during the decades preceding massacres and genocide.

New Prelacy Board of Regents Appointed

Western Prelate Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian and the Executive Council of the Western Prelacy announced the appointment of a new Board of Regent, which oversees the administration of the Prelacy-affiliated Armenian schools.

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