Welcome back loyal readers!
We have been awfully busy here at Taglyan Cultural Complex hosting lavish parties, banquet ceremonies, and other events. And, of course, wedding season is in full swing, so we have had booked weekends for the whole summer! You can see more of the wedding photos on our Facebook page.
Of course, we do have some good news to report as we prepare for autumn. Here are some changes that we have implemented and recent events.
Taglyan Now Using Instagram
The premium lighting, décor, and architecture in our party venues in Los Angeles have always looked fantastic, but now we have the option of sending pictures through an Instagram filter for added brilliance.
For those of you unaware, Instagram is a program that Facebook recently acquired for $1 billion that allows users to change the shading or color of digital pictures before posting them. There are hundreds of iterations in which you can change your photos to make them look like professional quality snapshots, so we have taken past photos and spruced them up. They look fantastic!
Check Out Our Pinterest Page!
We have also started an account on Pinterest, a website that allows users to easily accumulate pictures by posting, or “pinning,” them to digital “boards,” much like a real bulletin board.
The main advantage of Pinterest is that it makes organization super-efficient. You can easily group pictures by date or arrange them with similar events. This allows guests to quickly browse through wedding photos, in order to get inspired for their own forth-coming nuptials.
Sam Kbushyan for LA City Council 2013
On August 9, Taglyan Cultural Complex welcomed the Armenian Stars Support Sam Kbushyan for Los Angeles City Council Member for the 13th Council District. Armenchik, Andy, Razmik Mansuryan, Jack Topalian, and many Armenian actors, athletes, and entertainers were in attendance to support Mr. Kbushyan on the Democratic ticket. We are proud that he is working to improve our local neighborhoods through a commitment to public safety, street beautification, education, small business advocacy, and job creation.
For more information about the campaign, visit http://www.sam2013.com/.