A Testament to the Armenian Spirit

A Testament to the Armenian Spirit

  By Maya PORCELLI, intern Museum is a “celebration of all that can be accomplished when we work together.” ~ Shant Sahakian, executive director, Armenian American Museum. “What is the worth of human life, unless it’s woven into the lives of our ancestors by the records of history?” This quote from the Roman philosopher Marcos […]

Armenian-American Chamber of Commerce, Greater Los Angeles Chapter to Honor 14 Exceptional Women

The Armenian-American Chamber of Commerce announced the honorees for its Fifth Annual Women in Business Excellence Luncheon. This annual event recognizes Armenian American women who have proved to be exceptional in their respective categories of nomination. The event serves to celebrate the accomplishments of Armenian American women who are successful in their professions and leaders […]

Community Celebrates Armenian Festival

By Jason KUROSU Glendale’s chapter of the Armenian Relief Society held its 10th annual Armenian Festival at the Glendale Civic Auditorium last weekend, transforming it into an exhibition and celebration of all aspects of Armenian culture. The festival also marked the 100th anniversary of the society as a whole, the humanitarian organization being originally founded […]

Police sue, city responds

By Geghard ARAKELIAN A group of American Armenian police officers with the Glendale Police Department –Vahak Mardikian, Tigran Topadzhikyan, Robert Parseghian, John Balian and Benny Simonzad – in January filed a discrimination suit against the GPD and about 30 individual employees of the department. While the trial is pending, their lawyer Carney Shegerian and city […]