By Edmond Y. Azadian Someone should conduct scientific research to find out the secret of the longevity of benefactors. At least, it seems that Armenian benefactors live longer than the average person. To mention just a few, there are[...]

By Hampig Mardirosian YEREVAN — Finally, dreams became reality. On April 4, 2015, at 3 p.m., in the heart of Yerevan, near Republic Square, the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU)’s five-story building was officially and solemnly[...]

Nazar was born in Aleppo in 1925. He received an Armenian education at Beirut’s Armenian Evangelical School, and then went to College de la Salle. He received his secondary education at Beirut’s International College, and then went to[...]

BOSTON — The Armenian Democratic Liberal (ADL) organization’s US Eastern region and Canada chapter held its 83rd convention in Boston over the weekend of July 11 and 12. Beyond proceeding through the regular agenda items of approval of[...]

“We, your children will Magnificently build the New Dawn.”   By Hagop Vartivarian   ENGLEWOOD, N. J. – The Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) of Greater New York has undertaken a series of events to commemorate the talented[...]

By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff   BOSTON — April 24, 1915 has come and gone. The centennial commemoration of the Armenian Genocide is behind us and it is time for a look back at the events in the aftermath of that[...]

By Hagop Vartivarian NEW YORK — Alexander Ara Dadourian was an offspring of the celebrated Dadourian family. Born on April 14, 1933, in Brooklyn, he was the son of Armenian benefactor Dadour Dadourian and his wife Elise. He grew up with[...]

By Ara Aharonian PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Dr. Arshag Der Margosian was born in the village of Habousi in Kharpert (Turkey) in November 1872. His family had adopted the Armenian Evangelical faith and young Arshag was growing up in that milieu.[...]

  By Aram Arkun Mirror-Spectator Staff LEXINGTON, Mass. —  Actor, playwright and novelist Eric Bogosian spoke about his new book Operation Nemesis: The Assassination Plot that Avenged the Armenian Genocide to a standing room only[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Mirror-Spectator will go on its annual summer holiday June 29 to July 13. That means that the last issue before the break is that of June 27 and our first issue back will be that of[...]

By Muriel Mirak-Weissbach Special to the Mirror-Spectator   BOCHUM, Germany — Exactly one year ago, as Germans celebrated Pentacost, a massive storm “Ela,” swept through the industrial heartland of the Ruhr, destroying[...]