BOSTON – When you enter an independent or assisted living home, you sometimes feel like you are entering a different realm, where time is slowed down or halted, and the past and present simultaneously exist. Somehow Bostonian filmmaker[...]

By Monique Svazlian Special to the Mirror-Spectator GLENDALE, Calif. – A Dreamer’s World, the new art exhibit by Armenian artist “Endza” Gevorg Babakhanyan, opened at the Roslin Art Gallery in Glendale on October 25. This was the[...]

By Elaina Hancock HARTFORD, Conn. (UConn Today) — In July 2018, University of Connecticut (UConn) associate professor of anthropology Daniel Adler and Keith Wilkinson, University of Winchester, UK, co-directed excavations at an Early[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America is unveiling its vision for the future. Founded in 1971, the museum serves as the largest repository of Armenian artifacts in the diaspora, as well as the largest ethnic museum in[...]

CAIRO — On October 24, Egypt lost one of its best known and talented contemporary artists of Armenian origin, Chant Avedissian. He had been battling lung cancer for three years. Avedissian was born in 1951 in Cairo, the son of Armenian[...]

FRESNO — Explorer Steven Sim and producer Ani Hovannisian will give a presentation on “The Hidden Map of Historic Armenia” on Tuesday, November 13, at 7:30 p.m. in the University Business Center, Alice Peters Auditorium, Room 191 on[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — It was both a celebration of the 10th anniversary of Direct Help for Armenian People (DHAP), and the 2800th anniversary of Erebuni-Yerevan. DHAP President and founder Dr. Svetlana Amirkhanian warmly[...]

YEREVAN (Armenpress) — The “I Am Ashurbanipal, King Of The World, King Of Assyria” exhibition will open at London’s British Museum November 8 and will run through February 24, 2019. The Culture Ministry of Armenia announced that[...]

By Kevork Keushkerian ALTADENA, Calif. — Catholicos Karekin I of the Great House of Cilicia had declared October to be commemorated as cultural month. This year the feast of the Holy Translators was on Saturday, October 13. The cultural[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — While science expands our understanding of our environment and the universe, poetry, since time immemorial, has nurtured the minds, souls and imagination of humanity with universal ideals. For more than five decades,[...]

By Susanne Fowler ISTANBUL (New York Times) — Ara Guler, a Turkish-Armenian photographer who was best known for capturing poignant and nostalgic images of a bygone Istanbul but who also portrayed famous figures and everyday life in[...]