PARIS — Say you are visiting Estonia and get the yen for yalanchi. Robin Koulaksezian has you covered. You have your choice of Sevan Grill, Noy Grill and Zangezur Grillbar in downtown Tallinn. Similarly, yearning for some khorovats in[...]

PARIS – Among other notable historical anniversaries with significance for Armenians, this year brings the 65th anniversary of the pogroms in Istanbul on September 6-7, 1955. They had an important impact on the ethnic makeup of Istanbul[...]

By Charles N. Mazadoorian Special to the Mirror-Spectator The photograph above of a scriptural message formation which was taken in the Greek City of Corinth in 1923 has always fascinated me. The words “Second Corinthians” and the[...]

PARIS (PanArmenian.net) — A monument to the great Armenian composer Komitas was desecrated in Paris, it was reported on August 30. “Vandalism during a pandemic. On the monument to Komitas, personifying the Armenian Genocide, it is[...]

BOSTON — Keeping people connected, coming together virtually during these unusual times is the focus of the Friends of Armenian Heritage Park Planning Team, an extraordinary team of committed individuals providing key leadership in[...]

YEREVAN/LYON – Maxime K. Yevadian is a historian and specialist in medieval and ancient Armenian culture. Born in 1979 in Fréjus (France), Yevadian holds the chair of Armenology at the Catholic University of Lyon. He works on the[...]

WATERTOWN — Project SAVE is continuing its mission of preserving the past by tapping into the latest technology. In a recent interview, Tsoleen Sarian, the executive director of the organization, said Project SAVE has just launched its[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Dr. Stefan Ihrig will give an online talk titled “The Armenian Genocide and the 20th Century” on Sunday, August 30, at 5 p.m. (Eastern US time). The talk is co-sponsored by the Ararat-Eskijian Museum, the National[...]

By Isabelle Kapoian Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON — Conscientiously attributing artistic and cultural goods to their creator, culture and nation state is dependent on nuanced analyses. Dr. Christina Maranci, Arthur H. Dadian and[...]

While Armenia is concerned with Turkish expansion in the Caucasus through its regional satellite, Azerbaijan, and the Europeans are alarmed by Turkey’s mischief in Greek and Cypriot waters, Ankara is extending its tentacles to Lebanon,[...]

LOS ANGELES – The effects of the Armenian Genocide continue to ripple down through the generations, and a new film, “100 Years from Home,” provides more evidence for this. The film features the story of Lilit Pilikian, who is the[...]