Janbazian’s ‘Saroyan in Armenian’ Translation Available Free Online

{$excerpt:n} Books Published by Sosé & Allen’s Legacy Foundation and include Saroyan’s ‘Seventy Thousand Assyrians’ and ‘Five Ripe Pears’ LOS ANGELES— Sosé & Allen’s Legacy Foundation recently announced the online release of  Rupen Janbazian’s Western Armenian translation of two of William Saroyan’s short stories free and available to the public. The Saroyan in Armenian: Two Short Stories («Սարոյեանը՝ հայերէնով, […]

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Turkish Divestment Bill Passes California Assembly

{$excerpt:n} State Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian spearheaded the effort in the Assemblu SACRAMENTO–AB 1320, the Divestment from Turkish Bonds Act, passed the full California Assembly floor 59-0. Last year, the State Senate and Assembly passed the Divestment from Turkish Bonds Act but the bill was vetoed by former Governor Jerry Brown. California has a long history of divesting from countries […]

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Homenetmen Hrashq’s Fundraising Event With Vahe Berberian A Great Success

{$excerpt:n} More than 200 attended the Homenetmen Hrashq inaugural fundraiser More than 200 friends and supporters of the Homenetmen Hrashq chapter attended its first fundraising event on May 10 at the Homenetmen Kevork Andonian Hall, in Los Angeles. Established in March of 2018, the Homenetmen Hrashq Program serves the needs of Armenian American Special needs athletes. Mistress of ceremonies […]

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Taking Independence to the Dump?

{$excerpt:n} Garen Yegparian BY GAREN YEGPARIAN Typically, when writing about great events, articles are laudatory, extolling the virtues, significance, and grandness of dates such as May 28, 1918. There’s no question as to the tremendous importance in the life of the Armenian nation of the creation of the first Armenian republic. It is stunning how such a feat was […]

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