Special to the Mirror-Spectator “Today he’s forgotten, the most forgotten famous writer of the 20th century.” Mark Arax The reception of a literary text would probably be different if we did not espouse various theories to read[...]

A legacy of excellence in documentary filmmaking on Armenian heritage and the Armenian Genocide of 1915. This story is contributed by Christine Vartanian Datian to The Armenian Mirror-Spectator Newspaper. Special thanks to Armenian Film[...]

DETROIT — Can music heal? That’s the question husband and wife filmmakers Lisa Hagopian and Eric Harabadian are asking in their upcoming documentary, “We Thrive.” The documentary, which they are working on now, will highlight[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — These two recipes and the following text are contributed by writer, recipe developer, and baking instructor Andrew Janjigian, and were originally featured in Cook’s Illustrated (August 3, 2021). Permission was[...]

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. —  A never-before-seen exhibition debuts at Bakersfield Museum of Art on Thursday, September 30 at 7 pm. “On the Edge: Los Angeles Art, 1970s – 1990s, from the Joan and Jack Quinn Family Collection,” is an[...]

YEREVAN — Ambiguity lends a special quality to art. Not ambiguity as attempted deception, but as an invitation to explore what is unstated, merely hinted, or lends itself to multiple, even contradictory interpretations. An exhibition[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — The Zohrab Information Center, after almost two years, returned to its in-person meetings at the Armenian Diocese in New York, and Zohrab Director Dr. Jesse Arlen, welcomed a sizable crowd for a[...]

YEREVAN — Last November 23, the young French mezzo-soprano Kami (Camille) Bordet-Sturla played the role of Orpheus in Gluck’s opera “Orpheus and Eurydice” (directed by Vram Karapetyan) at the Yerevan Opera Studio. She is not only a[...]

LOS ANGELES — “I always wanted to tell stories about LA in an honest way,” movie director Eric Nazarian continues the conversation about his new movie, “Die Like a Man,” when we finally meet in person after many telephone calls[...]

NEW YORK — Updating a one-person show some 20 years after presenting the original is no easy task. Nora Armani, however, does a more than credible job of it with “Back On the Couch with Nora Armani.” The new show begins with a fun[...]

LOS ANGELES — On December 9, at 7:00 p.m. PST, coinciding with the World Day of Genocide Commemoration and Prevention December 12, at 4:00 PST and 8:00 PST, PBS SoCal and KCET will show the documentary “The Hidden Map.”[...]