819 members invited to the Oscars to diversify the Academy
Eva Longoria, Zendaya and Awkwafina are among the Hollywood figures invited to join the Academy.
Forbes: Kim Kardashian West is now worth $900 million
The acquisition, which is set to close in early 2021, will leave Kardashian West the majority owner of KKW Beauty.
"Lord of the Rings" and "Alien" star Sir Ian Holm dies aged 88
Sir Ian, was nominated for an Oscar as Olympic running coach Sam Mussabini in "Chariots of Fire".
Van Gogh-Gauguin letter describing brothel visits sells for €210,000
The letter was bought by the Vincent van Gogh Foundation which will display it in its museum in Amsterdam.
Stephen King teases fans with "Friday the 13th" book idea
The story would follow Voohees’ “hellish fate” of having to be killed at Camp Crystal Lake over and over again.
"Chernobyl" director will helm HBO's "The Last of Us" pilot
Renck has signed on to direct the pilot of the series in addition to executive producing.
Cannes includes Karabakh film in 2020 edition lineup
Cannes general delegate Thierry Frémaux said the 56 films would have competed for the Palme d’Or.
Armenian Genocide documentary now streaming on Amazon Prime
The composition, "An Armenian Trilogy – Live in Yerevan", is available on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.
Led Zeppelin's Celebration Day Concert Film to stream for free
Celebration Day was filmed at the legendary band’s one-off reunion show at The O2 in London in 2007.
JK Rowling's new children's book will be published free online
JK Rowling described "The Ickabog" as “a story about truth and the abuse of power”.
System of a Down’s Yerevan concert pushed back at least until summer 2021
SOAD frontman Serj Tankian said the concert in Armenia will happen “sometime in summer” 2021.
Kurt Cobain's MTV Unplugged guitar up for auction
The 1959 Martin D-18E featured in the grunge group’s performance in November 1993.
Arianne Caoili, Chess Master, Is Dead at 33
A former model, she stood out in the chess world for her glamour in what is often thought of as an unglamorous game.
Alone on a Mountaintop, Awaiting a Very Hard Rain
Decades ago, Armenian scientists built a high-elevation trap to catch and study cosmic rays. Physics has mostly moved on, but the station persists — a ghost observatory with a skeleton crew.
These Armenian Flatbreads Stuffed With Greens Are the Perfect Snack
Tangy and juicy, filled with seasoned herbs and hearty leaves, jingalov hats are a joy to eat.
The Spirit That Brought Down the Berlin Wall Lives On
Bloodless revolutions from Armenia to Lebanon are about ending the fatalism corrupt rule engenders.
Samantha Power: A Belated Recognition of Genocide by the House
For too long, Turkey bullied America into silence. Not anymore.
Giuliani Backs Out of Kremlin-Supported Conference in Armenia
“Not going,” Mr. Giuliani told The New York Times. He said he wanted to spend more time with his client, President Trump, who is facing an impeachment inquiry.
A Trans Woman Got 3 Minutes to Speak in Armenia’s Parliament. Threats Followed.
Lilit Martirosyan was the first transgender woman to speak in Armenia’s National Assembly, according to organizers. The backlash began immediately.
Reverent Beauty: The Met’s Armenia Show Is One for the Ages
The Metropolitan Museum of Art gives the blockbuster treatment to Armenia, the oldest Christian country in the world.
Letter of Recommendation: YouTube Travel
Fly through time and space with nothing more than a few keystrokes.
Behind Armenia’s Revolt, Young Shock Troops From the Tech Sector
Young people from prosperous I.T. companies organized protests, donated money and deliberately snarled traffic. Even their employers pitched in.
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