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YEREVAN/TORONTO — Lara Arabian is a trilingual artist by way of Beirut, upstate New York and Paris. She completed her acting training at the Banff/Citadel Professional Theatre Program and has[...]

TORONTO — December 10 marks the 75th Anniversary of the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. For[...]

By Dr. Arshavir Gundjian, C. M. Special to the Mirror-Spectator During this period, our homeland and the Armenian people, both in the homeland and in the diaspora, are living through[...]

TORONTO — The Zoryan Institute has announced a book talk with Dr. Elyse Semerdjian, titled, “Sifting through Remnants: Locating the Voices of Women Survivors.” This free event is taking place[...]

TORONTO — The Canadian Children’s Opera Company announces the return of its annual main stage production with its latest commission, “The Nightingale of a Thousand Songs,” based on a beloved[...]

TORONTO — Readers will love Sylvia Hagopian’s grandmother’s melt-in-your-mouth Armenian Greek Finikia cookies with the delicious and simple flavors of cinnamon and walnuts. Soaking the cookies in sugar syrup gives[...]

TORONTO — “Armenians from around the world are busy making choreg at this time of year.  It’s a tradition to prepare this sweet, delicious bread at Easter, however we were[...]

TORONTO – In the beginning Rev. Majed el-Shafie’s interest in Armenian issues was limited to Armenian Genocide recognition. His Canada-based organization called One Free World International was trying to promote[...]

NEW YORK — Filmmaker Atom Egoyan and composer Mary Kouyoumdjian have partnered with the Metropolitan Museum of Art and created an original work titled “They Will Take My Island,” about[...]

TORONTO (CBS News) — He may not look like a rock star, but for a certain shorter fanbase, Raffi is just that. “I’m the lucky guy whose songs apparently delight[...]