Four Armenian-Americans comprise the GRAMMY-winning, critically and commercially successful rock band called System of a Down. One Armenian-American comprises the media unit called Kim Kardashian, famous for her beauty, media savvy, and fashion sense. Recently, she lugged a camera crew, her husband Kanye West, and their daughter North to Yerevan, Armenia. On April 24, the band (SOAD) will play a free, public concert at Republic Square, in the same city.
“It’s possible the past 10 years could become the first decade of pop music to be remembered by history for its musical technology rather than the actual music itself,” wrote Eric Harvey at the end of the last decade. He was referring to the impact of the mp3, but the idea rings just as true for creators as it does consumers.
Civic leaders and hundreds of New Yorkers marked Martin Luther King’s birthday by honoring 18 people arrested for protesting President Trump’s immigration policies in downtown Manhattan. The service at Judson Memorial Church on Washington Square Park featured a filmed message from immigration rights activist Ravi Ragbir, who was detained by immigration agents last week. “I do expect that they will try to get me out of this country very quickly,” he said.
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Selecting a term
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