CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) held a benefit dinner at the historic home of Dr. Seda and Vartan Keshishian on May 18. The Keshishian home, which used to belong to Gov. William Weld[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — On Saturday, May 18, the Primate of the Eastern American Diocese, Bishop Daniel Findikyan, celebrated his first Episcopal Badarak in America before more than a thousand worshippers who filled every crevice[...]

GLENDALE (Los Angeles Times) — Seventeen men have held the position of Glendale Unified School District superintendent, dating back to Richardson D. White in 1913. On Tuesday, May 21, the district’s board voted on hiring Armenian[...]

YEREVAN and TORONTO — The Zoryan Institute and the American University of Armenia (AUA) are pleased to announce the launch of the Zoryan Institute and AUA Center for Oral History. The Zoryan Institute will be depositing copies of its[...]

By Monique Svazlian Special to the Mirror-Spectator LOS ANGELES — It’s not often one gets to meet a young, successful banker-turned-tech-entrepreneur of Armenian descent. As Armenians, our parents tend to encourage us down traditional[...]

BOSTON — Prof. Kenneth Martin is headed to the American University of Armenia (AUA) in Yerevan to teach Photography! Joining AUA’s Summer Program 2019, Martin will teach “Lens on Armenia: Photojournalism in Yerevan.” Students from[...]

LOS ANGELES — On Tuesday, April 30, City Council Member Paul Krekorian led the Los Angeles City Council presentation to commemorate the 104th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in the City of Los Angeles. This year’s event[...]

BOSTON — On Tuesday, Mary 14, several members of the Armenia Tree Project (ATP) partnered with the City of Boston and Boston’s Parks and Recreation Department to hold a commemorative tree planting in Dorchester. Attendees at the[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Once again, the Charles and Nevart Talanian Cultural Hall of Holy Trinity Armenian Church was transformed by its Armenian Church Youth Organization (ACYOA) Junior and Senior members, together with parent volunteers,[...]

By Michael Rettig FRESNO — Documenting and preserving the stories of one’s ancestors and their immigration to America is itself a noble endeavor, and it takes on increased importance for those whose ancestors survived genocide. The[...]

By Mihran Aroian PATTISON, Texas — On April 27, Pattison, with a population of 477, was site of a day-long festival to honor the Armenians who migrated to Waller County Texas more than 135 years ago along with their descendants, who[...]