Author: The California Courier
Tarkanian left his imprint on college basketball in his 30-plus years of roaming the court as a head coach, turning Long Beach State from fledgling program to a bona fide regional power before building UNLV into a national power.
Montebello Mayor Jack Hadjinian was unanimously elected Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Alameda Corridor-East Construction Authority
The resolution, titled “A Resolution to Divest from the Republic of Turkey to End the Perpetuation of the Armenian Genocide,” passed with a vote of 12-0-0 at Kerckhoff Hall in UCLA.
Yaghoubian has made a huge impact on the field of engineering in the United States and around the world.
Rostom Sarkissian has announced his candidacy for the Los Angeles City Council Fourth District, a seat long held by retiring Councilmember Tom LaBonge. Sarkissian has said he is running for Los Angeles City Council to be the community’s voice at City Hall. If elected, he will focus on policy, not politics.
The title character in Puccini’s “Tosca” is as thoroughly theatrical a figure as the world of opera has to offer. She’s a singer and actress led into the world of political intrigue by the power of love, and she never stops seeing her predicament through the lens of art.
While Turkish groups have organized memorial events in Istanbul for the past several years, DurDe and Project 2015, a U.S.-based organization, are working to ensure that a large contingent of Armenians come to Turkey for the historic centennial commemoration.
The competition featured more than 1,000 cooks from 60 countries, as well as 105 national, regional and youth teams.