GTV6 has video link of April 24 commemoration program; keynote speaker Mark Arax and his cousin Aris Janigian will be featured at the Glendale Friends of the Library event June 1.
A report on Pasadena, California’s consideration of a new draft ordinance regulating placement of wireless facilities and discouraging placement in residential areas and on the public right of way.
Glendale, California’s month of commemoration, featuring the art exhibit “Man’s Inhumanity to Man: Journey Out of Darkness,” various artists’ performances and panel discussions, and the April 24 Alex Theater event with keynote speaker Mark Arax were professionally produced, deeply moving, and deserve a wide, international audience
Krekorian Genocide Bill Advances – Glendale News Press, Thursday, April 23, 2009 AB 961, submitted by Assemblyman Paul Krekorian would require California-based companies to certify that they do not “wrongfully hold” assets that belonged to victims of genocide. Papazian Speaks Out on Armenian Genocide Recognition – Armenian Weekly, Thursday, April 23, 2009 Dr. Dennis Papazian […]
Articles and links April 19-25, 2009 on the subject of Armenian genocide commemoration and recognition.
Luna Theatre’s Aramazd Stepanian Enacts Passionate Self-Defense of Genocide Activist Gourgen Yanikian
Luna Theatre Director Aramazd Stepanian plays the role of real-life Armenian genocide survivor and convicted political killer Gourgen Yanikian, as he presents Yanikian’s self-defense.
The Farmer’s Market Comparison, April 18-23, 2009: Downtown Wins on Variety and Selection of Produce
An April 2009 comparison of three Glendale, California outdoor farmer’s markets, Saturday, Sunday, and Thursday, on the 18th, 19th, and 23rd.
Homeowners in Northwest Glendale expect strict staff enforcement of Design Review conditions, while local activist complains about high city staff salaries and the taxes and parking fines that support them.
Glendale, California home remodel at 503 Kenneth Road raises questions about Planning Department supervision, city’s ability to monitor projects and enforce conditions for approved construction permits.
Northwest Glendale Homeowners Association board members contest a home remodeling project approved with conditions and ask for city review of staff procedures in monitoring construction.