WATERTOWN, Mass. — Over the past 39 years the Armenian Library and Museum of America (ALMA) has made a reputation for itself as a destination for student groups, families and tourists to discover the rich history and culture of the[...]

By Serda Belekdanian ORLANDO, Fla. — The dancer strode into the hall smiling and beaming with Armenian pride and soon had the crowd on their feet as Shushi Armenian Dance Ensemble’s performers delivered yet again another awe-inspiring[...]

By Florence Avakian Special to the Mirror-Spectator NEW YORK — A man and a woman, representing the Armenian people and their cultural and survival spirit, came out on a small, lit[...]

By Kevork Keushkerian GLENDALE, Calif. — Tekeyan Cultural Association’s New York Chapter Chairman Hagop Vartivarian has published a series of books on his “meetings” with the diasporan religious, political and community leaders,[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Let It Snow was not one of the songs featured in the Erevan Choral Society’s annual Christmas Holiday Concert held on Sunday, January 3, but snow it[...]

SAN FRANCISCO — Armen Der Kiureghian, professor of engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, has published a book about the life and work of his father, Sumbat Der Kiureghian, a renowned Iranian-Armenian watercolorist known[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Noted linguist and political activist Noam Chomsky is scheduled to attend a special concert in his honor, along with dozens of family, friends and colleagues, at MIT’s Kresge Auditorium, on January[...]

By Barney Yates LOS ANGELES (News Blaze) — The following is a conversation between Barney Yates, an American journalist, and Nora Armani, an international actor, playwright and festival producer, about prospects for healing old wounds[...]

By Tom Vartabedian NEW YORK — Whether he played a cop, thug, Mafia kingpin, a traveling corset salesman or a loveable Italian grandfather, rest assured Val Avery, born Sebouh Der Abrahamian, always put his best acting foot forward.[...]

Holy Martyrs Armenian Day School at Barnes & Noble By Janet Marcarian BAYSIDE, NY — December 2, 2009 will be remembered by the HMADS kindergarteners as “Barnes & Noble’s Day.” “How come?” one might ask. The answer is[...]

By Lilit Nurijanyan YEREVAN (Hetq) — Shoghaken Ensemble soloist Hasmik Harutyunyan was born in Yerevan into a family of emigrants from Moush in Western Armenia. It was a family in which folk song and dance were both desirable and[...]