From The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

Mirror-Spectator Staff LOS ANGELES — Lawyers representing the descendents of Armenian Genocide victims who never received payment on their life insurance policies planned to appeal a Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruling against them on[...]

WASHINGTON — On August 31, the foreign ministries of Armenia, Turkey and Switzerland announced protocols to be signed within six weeks to establish diplomatic relations between the Republic of Armenia and the Republic of Turkey and to[...]

PARAMUS, N.J. — The Greater New York Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) Mher Megerdchian Theatrical Group is going to stage the first Armenian murder mystery theater, to be held on Saturday, October 10, at 8 p.m. at the Assyrian Orthodox[...]

By Kevork Marashlian The announcement by the Armenian and Turkish foreign ministries of protocols as guidelines for establishing diplomatic relations and for developing relations in multiple spheres between both countries has elicited a[...]

NEW YORK — In an effort to jumpstart socio-economic development in the legendary town of Shushi, Armenia Fund USA and its worldwide affiliates will launch a comprehensive program of infrastructure and business development projects[...]

To the Editor: I read with considerable interest in the May 2 issue of the Mirror-Spectator “ALMA Chairman Haig Der Manuelian Speaks at Society for Armenian Studies 35th Anniversary Banquet,” which included some of Der Manuelian’s[...]

By Thomas C. Nash Mirror-Spectator Staff COLUMBUS, Ohio — A long-awaited September 3 Ohio Elections Commission hearing relating to charges of Armenian Genocide denial by an Armenian American candidate against an incumbent US House Rep.[...]

By Thomas C. Nash Mirror-Spectator Staff COLUMBUS, Ohio — The testimony from Rep. Jean Schmidt’s deposition given to opponent David Krikorian reveals a heated exchange in which she denies any link between her taking money from a[...]

The District Committee of the Armenian Democratic Liberal Party of Eastern US and Canada welcomes the announcement by the Foreign Ministries of Armenia and Turkey to establish diplomatic relations between the two countries, with the[...]

Mirror-Spectator Staff BOSTON — The Armenian-American community joined the rest of the country last week in mourning the loss of Sen. Edward Kennedy, a larger-than-life political figure and liberal[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Library and Museum of America (ALMA) will display Marsha Nouritza Odabashian’s exhibition, “In the Shade of the Peacock: Parables, Watercolor Paint Boxes, and Other Work in Diverse Media,” in ALMA’s[...]