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RACINE, Wis. — With social and community activities of all kinds grinding to a halt during the pandemic, people found different ways to use their time. Some found new hobbies; others binge-watched TV shows. Fr. Avedis Kalayjian and his[...]

Alec Ekmekji’s The Unauthorized Biography of Tango Woman: A Tone Poem in Fifteen Movements is an eloquent reminder of the redeeming power of beauty. The recently published volume of haikus and illustrations, (August 2021), confirms[...]

ANN ARBOR, Mich. —  On Friday, October 22, the Armenian Students’ Cultural Association (ASCA) of the University of Michigan – Ann Arbor hosted a successful networking event, its second under the “ArmenIn” name. “ArmenIn,” a[...]

I have a confession to make. Growing up and throughout my youth, I was not a fan of William Saroyan. Like much of the New York Establishment, I found his writing quaint  —  provincial in the bad sense. I would re-read his short stories[...]

By Janice Okoomian The story might be true, or it might not be. It goes thus: Khosrofouhi, educated daughter of an elite, intellectual Armenian family in 1890s Constantinople, had three suitors. Two suitors lived in Constantinople. The[...]

WASHINGTON – The US Department of State condemned the killing of an Armenian citizen near Shushi, which happened yesterday, November 8, when an Azerbaijani soldier opened fire on Armenian civilians working on fixing a damaged water[...]

BOSTON – Armenian Americans from the greater Boston area gathered on the Armenian Heritage Park along the Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston on Sunday, November 7 for the one-year remembrance of the victims of the 44-day war. The event was[...]

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 Kevork Keushkerian Special to the Mirror-Spectator PASADENA, Calif. – The dedication ceremony for the Armen Aroyan Library-Museum took place in the backyard of the Armenian Cilicia Evangelical Church in Pasadena on Saturday evening,[...]

By Avo Piroyan Special to the Mirror-Spectator YEREVAN — Among the few positives for Armenia has been the buoyant IT sector which has grown rapidly over the last 5-7 years and is now roughly 5 percent of annual GDP, about $630 million.[...]