ARLINGTON, Mass. — The first-ever Boston Armenian Film Festival, a collaborative effort between the National Cinema Center of Armenia (NCCA) and Amaras Art Alliance of Massachusetts, is set to captivate[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — Poetry and music have been intertwined since time immemorial. In the millennia-old Armenian history, origins of this rich cultural legacy dates to the fifth century CE and[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — After the success of the inaugural Arev Short Film Festival last year, festival director Sharisse Zeroonian will host the second annual iteration of the festival on October[...]

WINCHESTER, Mass. — Adrienne Tashjian, 98, of Winchester passed away on September 4. She was employed as an executive secretary for the town of Arlington for many years. She enjoyed[...]

By Dr. Jeffrey Howard ARLINGTON, Mass. — On Sunday, June 11, eager concertgoers enjoyed a lovely program by cellist Christina Gullans and pianist Naira Babayan. Organized by the Armenian Cultural[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — Treasures of Armenian Classical Music will be featured at a concert sponsored by the Armenian Cultural Foundation (ACF), co-sponsored by the Amaras Art Alliance, on Sunday, June[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — On Saturday, May 13 at 4 p.m., the Armenian Cultural Foundation (ACF) will host the opening reception of a solo exhibition titled “Soaring,” featuring the latest works[...]

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[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — Last week the Khazé Publishing of Tehran announced the release in Farsi of Hakob Karapents’ Adami girke , his second and most celebrated published novel.[...]

ARLINGTON, Va. – Gregory Stanton, the president of the International Association of Genocide Scholars (2007-2009) and the founder and the president of Genocide Watch, which exists to “predict, prevent, stop,[...]