BOSTON — Art and a painful history are intertwined in a painting that southeastern artist Myra Roberts did of Aurora Mardiganian, the noted survivor of the Armenian Genocide. The work[...]

NEW YORK — The Armenian State Symphony Orchestra, led by the Founding Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Sergey Smbatyan, is gearing up for its debut tour in the United States[...]

By Joseph Shahbazian Special to the Mirror-Spectator In a convergence of geopolitical tides and economic discourse, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) orchestrated a seminal conference in Yerevan,[...]

BOSTON — The Aurora Humanitarian Initiative on May 2 announced that Raffi Gregorian, a former diplomat and Navy veteran known for his work for the U.S. State Department, NATO, and[...]

BOSTON — The Friends of Armenian Culture Society (FACS) will present the 71st annual Armenian Night at the Pops on Wednesday, June 5, at 7:30 p.m. at Boston’s Symphony Hall.[...]

BOSTON — On Sunday, April 21, the Armenian Heritage Park was the site of the second statewide Genocide commemoration this April; the first was the State House on Friday, April[...]

BOSTON — The commemoration of the 109th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide took place on April 19 at the Massachusetts State House, with keynote speaker Judge Gabrielle Wolohojian. The event,[...]

WATERTOWN — Architect Arto Kurkjian has been working with Ashot Grigorian in Yerevan, who is the director of the Architecture Museum, about assembling the names of Boston area Armenian architects[...]

By Doug Fraser BOSTON — Five faculty at the Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine have been named as the newest recipients of Edward Avedisian Professorships, which are[...]

WATERTOWN — The Tekeyan Cultural Association (TCA) Boston Chapter organized a brunch with impromptu entertainment on Sunday, March 10 at the main hall of the Baikar Building in Watertown. There[...]