CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — On October 23, Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Greater Boston welcomed Archbishop Vicken Aykazian, Diocesan Legate and Ecumenical Officer. On this day, he ordained Robert Dulgarian, Gregory Dorian, Edward Khatchatrian[...]

BOSTON — If you’re familiar with Boylston Street, you’ve probably seen Bartevian inc., a shop owned and operated by Patricia Bartevian, 99. She manages the business, founded by her father, as the last member of her family. The quaint[...]

BOSTON — By now, most people have heard the story of the incredible donation of $100 million by Edward Avedisian to the Boston University School of Medicine, and its renaming as the Boston University Aram V. Chobanian & Edward[...]

GREAT NECK, N.Y. — Designing, writing, and preparing to teach students is usually something reserved for teachers during the summer, but South High senior Antranig Baghdassarian flipped the script this year. An Armenian-American hailing[...]

WATERTOWN – On Friday and Saturday October 14-15, the St. James Armenian Apostolic Church hosted its 75th fall bazaar, its first since COVID. The event is the church’s main fundraiser for the year. Those entering the Charles Mosesian[...]

SAN FRANCISCO — The Genocide Education Project (“GenEd”) held the inaugural GenEd Teacher Fellowship Program in Armenia this summer, carrying out a week-long series of professional development for U.S. high school educators. The new[...]

By Levon R. Karamanoukian STEPANAKERT — Surgeons in the Republic of Artsakh recently performed complex microsurgery to reattach the right arm of a 20-year-old man after a traumatic and life-threatening industrial injury. According to[...]

BOSTON — On Thursday, October 20, the Armenian Heritage Foundation organized its annual ceremony to welcome new US citizens to the Armenian Heritage Park on the Greenway. This ceremony has been a tradition since 2015. Food, gifts, music,[...]

PARAMUS, N. J. — The 75th anniversary of the Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) was celebrated with an elegant gala organized by the New York Chapter on October 15 at the Terrace at Biagio’s. A highlight of the evening was the[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Mirror-Spectator is happy to welcome Benyamin Poghosyan and Suren Sargsyan, two distinguished columnists from Yerevan, who have already begun writing regularly on various issues of Armenia’s international[...]

ANN ARBOR, Mich. — On Election Day, November 8, among the many nationwide and local elections, is a race for  the University of Michigan Board of Regents. Sevag Vartanian is running as a Republican on a platform of fiscal[...]