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Vahé Berberian’s gentle rant, Yeté (If)

In the Armenian world, in the Republic and the diaspora, Vahé Berberian is a unique phenomenon.  True, he is an artist of many talents and media (theater, the novel, painting),  but his singular place in the Armenian cultural/entertainment world is … Continue reading

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Short reviews: Reich’s inequality, Jenin’s gift, Berberian’s rant…

October is a busy time in our area–culturally, at least.  Here are four reviews of events which I saw:  Robert Reich’s film, Inequality for All; Jenin Freedom Theatre in a production of Athul Fugard’s The Island; Vahé Berberian from Los … Continue reading

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