BOSTON — On the frigid afternoon of November 18, 2023, Zoravik Activist Collective concluded its protest series in support of Artsakh by hosting a Rally to Demand US Action for Artsakh in[...]

By Gayane Muradyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator At the current stage of its Artsakh Refugees Aid Program, the Tekeyan Cultural Association of the United States and Canada has decided to[...]

WATERTOWN — Samuel Sarkis Karabashian is, as his LinkedIn account announces, “an aspiring geopolitical and national security expert.” A grandchild of survivors of the Armenian Genocide in his late 20s,[...]

By Careen Derkalousdian FRESNO, Calif. (HyeSharzhoom) — “Manuscripts are the living works of the Armenian people,” said Prof. Barlow Der Mugrdechian. On Thursday, November 9, Der Mugrdechian, Berberian Coordinator of[...]

LOS ANGELES — Behind the dark gray wall with the floral mural on busy Melrose Avenue, Ronan’s wood-fired ovens are baking a different kind of dough. Pungent zaatar flavors and[...]

PROVIDENCE — The Cultural Committee of the Sts. Sahag and Mesrob Church of Providence, RI, organized a special concert titled “Sird Im Sasanee” of Armenian spiritual[...]

LOS ANGELES — This fall, the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU)  and World Central Kitchen (WCK) were working around the clock across seven regions of Armenia to prepare and distribute[...]

NEW YORK — Cinema enthusiasts gathered at independent and large-stage theaters alike across Sydney, Melbourne, London, and New York for the Armenian General Benevolent Union (AGBU) Arts’ eighth annual Armenians[...]

NEW YORK — The Stern Auditorium of Carnegie Hall came to Armenian life on November 15, as hundreds of music lovers crowded into most of its 2,300 seats to see[...]

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Loosia Stepan Stepanians, known to her friends and family as Lily, passed away on November 28, 2023 after suffering complications from Covid. She was 90. She was[...]