Watertown

WATERTOWN — The Boston Sardarabad Gomideh of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation is hosting an event in solidarity with the Armenians of Artsakh and their struggle for the right to self-determination, and to live freely and in peace on[...]

WATERTOWN — After a period of expansion, Armenian studies in the United States appeared to have entered a slump or slow period. This seems to be changing again, with the establishment of new academic centers, chairs and programs,[...]

WATERTOWN — On December 2, Massachusetts finally joined the ranks of states mandating genocide education, including the Armenian case, in public schools. The Massachusetts legislation follows that of 20 other states, including four in[...]

WATERTOWN – State Minister of the Republic of Artsakh Artak Beglaryan, accompanied by advisor David Akopyan, visited the Boston area from November 5 to November 8 as part of a tour of the United States, and participated in a variety of[...]

By Ann (Gina) Hablanian WATERTOWN – Recently I was informed that my painting titled “The Artist in His Garden” of Sam Barber, a known Cape Cod American Impressionist, was accepted by the newly renovated Dorothy and Charles Mosesian[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America re-opened in June with three floors of updated exhibitions including ancient and medieval artifacts, displays on folk instruments, and two contemporary art exhibits. At the same time, the museum[...]

WATERTOWN — This recipe from Janice Okoomian is featured at the Armenian Museum of America website. Janice, a professor of English/Gender & Women’s Studies at Rhode Island College, contributed this recipe in honor of her beloved[...]

WATERTOWN — On September 25, the Armenian community of New England will come together in support of the 10th annual Walk of Life of the Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry (ABMDR). Every year the pan-Armenian event in Watertown draws[...]

WATERTOWN – The Tekeyan Cultural Association of the USA and Canada (TCA) supported the development of the strategic Kashatagh (Lachin) corridor and made significant investments in the region. The TCA supported the Berdzor Tekeyan school[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Museum of America (ALMA) has been closed to visitors since the start of the novel coronavirus pandemic last year, but inside its landmark building in Watertown, the staff have been busier than ever, researching[...]