Editorial

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (Sardarabad)— During his visit here, Arto Manoukian, president of the Montreal chapter of the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) visited the Tekeyan Cultural Association headquaters here and met with Nahabet[...]

YEREVAN (Radiolur) — An international scientific session dedicated to the 90th anniversary of Yerevan State University, featuring 421 students and postgraduates from almost all the higher educational establishments of Armenia, as well as[...]

MONTREAL — The Montreal chapter of the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) celebrated the closing event of the association’s 60th anniversary by honoring 10 renowned Canadian-Armenian artists. Held in the prestigious 19th-century[...]

Longtime ADL, Tekeyan Member CHICAGO — Kevork Ashikian, a longtime member of the Armenian Democratic Liberal party (ADL), the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) and the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) here, died on May 7. He was[...]

By Thomas C . Nash Mirror-Spectator Staff NEWTON, Mass. — Activists from throughout Massachusetts and New England gathered Sunday to discuss ways to help keep pressure on the world to take action against the ongoing genocide in the[...]

WASHINGTON (RIA Novosti and UPI) — The Armenian and Azerbaijani foreign ministers visited Washington this week at the invitation of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to discuss the recently-announced Armenian-Turkish agreement and[...]

By Thomas C . Nash Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — In anticipation of President Barack Obama’s April 24 statement on the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the Watertown Town Council asked for him to go beyond his promise to use[...]

Congressional Resolution Continues to Build Momentum By Thomas C . Nash Mirror-Spectator Staff WASHINGTON — The statement issued by President Barack Obama on the anniversary of the Armenian Genocide stirred strong reaction among Armenian[...]

YEREVAN (Combined Sources) — On April 22, the governments of Armenia and Turkey, under the auspices of the Swiss government, announced that they had agreed on a “roadmap” for peace. The statement read: “With the mediation of[...]

By Thomas C . Nash Mirror-Spectator Staff BOSTON — Armenian Americans and Massachusetts politicians filled the Great Hall of theMassachusetts StateHouse April 17 for a commemoration of the Armenian Genocide that focused heavily on[...]

By Thomas C . Nash Mirror-Spectator Staff BOSTON — The second annual Armenian film series at the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) will begin with a screening of “The Blue Hour” on May 1. “The Blue Hour,” released in 2007, uses the Los[...]