BOSTON – Armenian Americans from the greater Boston area gathered on the Armenian Heritage Park along the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston on Sunday, November 7 for the one-year remembrance of the victims of the 44-day war. The event was[...]

CHICAGO – “Armenians are an ancient people tracing their roots to 2700 B.C.”: this is how the autobiographical book called Throw it in the Sea by Samuel Der-Yeghiayan, which came out earlier this year, begins. The highly successful[...]

ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Last weekend, in the center of Alexandria, a line of citizens stretched from a food-vendor location to the intersection of N. Royal Street and King Street, and turning left extended further down on the sidewalk.[...]

By Anoush Ter Taulian Special to the Mirror-Spectator NEW YORK — The Redhawk Indigenous Peoples Day Celebration was held on Lenape land on Randall’s Island in New York City on October 10 and 11. Today while over 130 cities acknowledge[...]

STUTTGART, Germany – After three consecutive victories and a draw, Armenia’s national soccer team suffered its first loss, which was a pretty heavy one. Its squad was defeated 6:0 on September 5 by four-time world champion Germany[...]

SYUNIK, Armenia / MARTAKERT, Artsakh (varied sources) – Baku continues provocative actions on both the sovereign territory of the Republic of Armenia and Artsakh. On Monday, August 23, Azerbaijani soldiers blocked the Goris-Kapan road in[...]

IASHI, Romania – This is the first time a woman grandmaster from Armenia scored such a high-level victory: Elina Danielian became Europe’s top woman chess player, winning the European Women’s Individual Championship. The[...]

YEREVAN – Edmond Y. Azadian’s new Armenian-language book, Azkayin-kaghakagan hortzanudi mech was presented on July 6 in Yerevan’s Tekeyan Center, hosted by the Tekeyan Cultural Association of Armenia. This first volume of a two-part[...]

POTOMAC, M.D. – On Wednesday, July 21, 2021 Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) wrapped up his working meetings early in order to go to community activist and Armenian Assembly of America’s board member Annie Simonian-Totah’s[...]

WASHINGTON – A year after Hagia Sophia of Istanbul was officially converted into a mosque, on July 14, in a Greek orthodox church of Washington, DC, prayers and speeches of religious leaders and advocates lamented Ankara’s move. “I[...]

STEPANAKERT/WASHINGTON – Every day Zorik Babayan sells souvenirs near Stepanakert’s iconic We Are Our Mountains (aka Grandmother and Grandfather) monument. When I approached him last month, there was only a small group of tourists,[...]