Editorial

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

By Harut Sassounian It was bad enough that President Obama and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had failed to keep their campaign pledge to reaffirm the facts of the Armenian Genocide. They sunk to a new low last week, when Mrs. Clinton[...]

By Edmond Y. Azadian Armenians around the world were euphoric, when, on March 4, the House Foreign Affairs subcommittee voted by a narrow margin (23-22), to adopt HR 252, a resolution to recognize the Armenian Genocide. Once the euphoria[...]

NN ARBOR, Mich. — Linguist and Manoogian-Simone Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow Hrach Martirosyan, addressed the topic of the origins of the Armenian language in his talk, “Perspectives on the Origin of Armenian Language and[...]

By Suzanne Muchnic LOS ANGELES (Los Angeles Times) — If your knowledge of Andreas Gursky’s enormous photographs is limited to meticulously detailed, vividly colored long shots of offices, factories and a 99 Cents Only store, you are in[...]

By Naomi Kuromiya KINGSTON, R.I. — Over the past few weeks, the elements and details of the commemorative exhibition, “The Armenian Genocide — 95 Years Later, in Remembrance,” have been confirmed and finalized. This historically[...]

LONDON (Daily Telegraph) — This March the British Film Institute on London’s Southbank will host a season of Armenian filmmaker Sergei Paradjanov’s works. The festival will include Paradjanov’s acclaimed features, short films and[...]

By Allan Ulrich SAN FRANCISCO (San Francisco Chronicle) — You couldn’t help stumbling over a masterpiece this past February at the War Memorial Opera House. For the third subscription program of its 77th season, the San Francisco[...]

WATERTOWN, Mass. — Turkish journalist and historian Osman Köker will present his book, Armenians in Turkey 100 Years Ago, at the Armenian Library and Museum of America (ALMA) on Wednesday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. The event, which marks[...]

LOS ANGELES — The Friends of the UCLA Armenian Language and Culture Studies will be recognizing Dr. Antonia Arslan’s dedication to Armenian culture and raising Genocide awareness by awarding her the Narekatsi medal. The presentation[...]

BOSTON — Woman’s History Month in March provides an opportunity to learn more about the significant roles played by females in society. Armenia, with its long and colorful history, is full of examples of the courage, determination and[...]

BEREA, Ohio — Baldwin-Wallace College Composer-in-Residence Loris Ohannes Chobanian’s composition Avarayr — Fires of Zarathustra was premiered by the BW Symphonic Wind Ensemble conducted by Dwight Oltman, on January 22. A week later,[...]