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  • Why Armenians cannot 'get past' the genocide

    Why Armenians cannot 'get past' the genocide
    Just as The Times expressed in its Oct. 13 editorial, "Turkey and Armenia: reconciling history," I believe that it's in both countries' interest to restore diplomatic ties and open their shared border. However, I cannot help but question the logic of...
  • Najarian gets presidential welcome in Armenia

    What started out as a personal return trip to Armenia soon snowballed into an official visit for Mayor Ara Najarian this past week. Once word got out in Yerevan, Armenia, that Najarian was in town to attend a conference on the future of the Western...
  • On the Town: Pink Panther drops by Ark fundraiser

    On the Town: Pink Panther drops by Ark fundraiser
    The Pink Panther was found up Chevy Chase Canyon, courtesy of the Ark Family Center and its "First Summer Extravaganza." Joan and Warren Binzley opened their Glendale home and gardens on Saturday to more than 100 members and guests willing to part with...
  • Americans at last

    Americans at last
    LOS ANGELES — Glendale resident Edgar Torosyan clutched a small American flag on Thursday as he waited to take the oath that would declare him a United States citizen. "This is a dream come true," said Torosyan, a Glendale resident who was a...
  • Governor vetoes bills

    The governor said no to two La Cañada Flintridge lawmakers last week. While Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger signed dozens of bills July 16, two of his four vetoes originated with state Sen. Carol Liu and Assemblyman Anthony Portantino, both Democrats. Liu'...
  • Organizations

    Jewel City Kiwanis Club seeking new members Members of the Jewel City Kiwanis Club are often seen throughout Glendale barbecuing for charitable events. Kiwanis members raise money for children's charities around the world. The Glendale area has...
  • On the Town: Armenian doctors honored at dinner

    On the Town: Armenian doctors honored at dinner
    The World Children's Transplant Fund hosted a fundraising dinner on Aug. 11 in Pasadena's Café Santorini Rococo Room to welcome and honor Dr. Gegham Poghosyan, general surgeon, and Dr. David Dallakyan, pediatric surgeon. Both pediatricians are visiting...
  • An intricate hobby

    An intricate hobby
    Upon first glance, the block of wood looked like it had been covered with tangled pieces of plastic. But upon closer observation, the intricate grapes and graceful vines take form. And when the artist lifts back the top, an empty compartment is revealed....
  • Man Probed in Hollywood Family Murders Pleads Not Guilty

    Man Probed in Hollywood Family Murders Pleads Not Guilty
    LOS ANGELES -- A 73-year-old man has pleaded not guilty in the murder of a Hollywood woman whose death may be connected to the 2008 slayings of her husband and daughter. Alberd Tersargyan is charged with shooting 38-year-old Karine Hakobyan, whose body...
  • Foreign government tourist offices

    For tourist information on selected foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at (212) 963-1234, dial 0 and ask for the number of the country's U.N. mission or...
  • University helped U.S. reach out to Taliban

    Peering at the 60-foot-high faces of four of America's most famous presidents, the dozen robed and bearded Afghans drew little attention at the base of Mt. Rushmore in July 1999. Only bullet and shrapnel scars beneath their heavy attire would be clues...
  • Rivalry Brews in Russia's Backyard

    The Cold War may be over, but U.S. and Russian soldiers are expanding outposts in this mountainous former Soviet republic about 3,200 miles east of NATO headquarters in Brussels and nearly 2,000 miles from Moscow. The U.S. opened its base three years ago...