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 October 3, 2003 

Arts: A look at culture and entertainment


Marked for Life: An artist leaves his legacy in stone

In a secluded alcove above the Zangu Gorge an artist has left 30 years of his life in stone.

Near the well-known building of the Yerevan Wine Factory, the unadvertised work of artist Vahan Ghazumyan is his legacy, and a commentary of his nation.

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Dramatic Changes: Theater's reconstruction beyond "wildest dreams" of thespians

Cultural life in Yerevan has been enriched with the reopening of the Hrachya Ghaplanyan Dramatic Theater.

One of 34 cultural centers of Yerevan, Gyumri and Vanadazor to benefit from the Lincy Foundation's $17.5 million donation to the arts in Armenia, the Ghaplanyan has a $630,000 new look.

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According to Agnes
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Fighting Words: Controversial editor attacked and badly beaten

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The Naghdalyan Case: Wife of defendant claims her husband is a scapegoat

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The Week in seven days


The Arts in seven days


  Photos of the week
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Bridge Bash

The second half of the Ashtarak Bridge is ready to be passed over, but not before it got a grand opening this week.



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