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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Light from a late summer full moon shone on Cambridge City Hall where Mayor Sumbul Siddiqui invited the public to the Sullivan Chamber on September 8 to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the founding of the[...]

CAMBRIDGE, MA — Christina Maranci, the longtime professor of Armenian art history at Tufts University, was appointed to the historic Mashtots Chair in Armenian Studies at Harvard University this past summer. As the first woman, the first[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Armenian Assembly of America (Assembly) honored community leader and supporter Gail Talanian O’Reilly with its Distinguished Humanitarian Award on Thursday, May 19 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Cambridge,[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Peter Balakian is one of the most masterful English-language poets Armenians have as a voice in the contemporary world. The Boston area had a rare opportunity on May 17 to hear him recite some of his newest works and[...]

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. — Dickran Toumajan entered into eternal rest on Thursday morning, April 7, 2022 after a short battle with cancer. A loving husband, father, grandfather, son, uncle and friend, Dickran lived a fulfilling and meaningful[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Dr. Lorky Libaridian spoke on “Cambridge and Yerevan through Covid-19” via Zoom at the annual Cambridge Yerevan Sister City Association (CYSCA) membership meeting on June 10. This was the second annual meeting of[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Volunteers descended on Harvard Square on Sunday, May 23, as they answered the call by co-organizers Global Network to Free Armenian POWs and the Zoravik Armenian Activist Collective, to take part in a late afternoon[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – A mobile billboard truck with ads accusing Armenia of war crimes appeared on April 18 in Cambridge, Mass. at the corner of John F. Kennedy Street and Mount Auburn Street. It was not seen again, at least as of April[...]

Dear Editor: I read with deep sadness Vahan Zanoyan’s article “Realism, Vision and Defeatism: Right and Wrong Lessons from the War” (Armenian Mirror-Spectator, February 3, 2021). Zanoyan argues that the first president Levon[...]

BOSTON/CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – There was at least one Armenian institution serving as a voting site among many such locations in the United States for the November 3 election, Cambridge’s Holy Trinity Armenian Church. Meanwhile, the[...]