NEW YORK — Joyce Sulahian, a leader of the Armenian Church community, passed away on Saturday, February 10. She was 79. Joyce Lynne Sulahian was born and raised in Watertown[...]

WATERTOWN — On January 23, author Victoria Atamian Waterman sat down for a discussion about her new novel, What She Left Behind, at the Watertown Public Library, with award-winning journalist[...]

By Jesse Kenas Collins WATERTOWN — Over the past year, the Armenian Museum of America’s Sound Archive program has taken a giant step forward. Each month, the museum posts a[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America’s second annual Members Reception and Christmas Gallery Stroll on December 7 was a huge success with more than 125 members in attendance. It[...]

The current issue will be the last issue of 2023. Our next issue back will be dated January 6, 2024. That issue will feature our annual Christmas Greetings. We wish[...]

WATERTOWN — St. James Armenian Church celebrated the parish’s name day, the 92nd anniversary of the parish, and the 30th anniversary of pastor Fr. Arakel Aljalian entering the priesthood, on[...]

WATERTOWN — A new documentary, titled “SOMM: Cup of Salvation,” featuring Armenian wine and the story of Vahe and Aimee Keushguerian’s journey to reinvigorate Armenia’s wine producing culture, will be[...]

WATERTOWN — Author Victoria Atamian Waterman, pictured above, will speak about her new book, Who She Left Behind, at a program with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Stephen Kurkjian, on Tuesday, December 12,[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Club at Watertown High School organized a highly successful bake sale, raising nearly $1,200 to support the Armenian Relief Society. The event was co-led by club[...]

By Gayane Muradyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN — The Artsakh Refugees Aid Program launched by the Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada (TCA) is aiding the[...]