By Paruir Sarkisian Special to the Mirror-Spectator Armenian-American trade relations have gone through various stages of natural development. Further development of trade and economic ties between the two countries as[...]

PALOS HEIGHTS, Ill. — Alex Koceyan has been named the 2023 recipient of the annual Myron and Carol Boyajian Fine Arts Scholarship. Koceyan is attending the College of Creative Studies[...]

GRANITE CITY, Ill. — On April 18, 2023, the City Council of Granite City issued a proclamation establishing a Friendship City between Granite City and Ashan, Republic of Artsakh. This[...]

CHICAGO — The Honorary Consulate of the Republic of Armenia in Chicago Oscar Tatosian in February hosted Armenia Tree Project (ATP) representatives for a weekend of events and meetings to[...]

CHICAGO — Monica Kass Rogers, a longtime national food writer, photographer, home cook and mother, launched a vintage recipes revival column in the Chicago Tribune that eventually became her popular[...]

CHICAGO – “Armenians are an ancient people tracing their roots to 2700 B.C.”: this is how the autobiographical book called Throw it in the Sea by Samuel Der-Yeghiayan, which came out earlier[...]

This recipe originally appeared at Better Homes and Gardens ( Michelin-starred chef Carrie Nahabedian credits her beloved Grandma Rose Nahabedian from Chicago for teaching her about Armenian cooking[...]

LISLE, ILL. – George G. Markarian, MD, age 88, a longtime resident of Lisle, passed away on November 22. He was born on May 15, 1932 in Tabriz, Iran. Dr.[...]

CHICAGO – Due to its status as America’s third largest city, the presence of both Armenian and Turkish consulates, a thriving Armenian community, as well as a substantial Turkish community,[...]

CHICAGO – Protesting over the death of George Floyd deteriorated into looting in Chicago’s downtown and migrated into the suburbs over the weekend. Armenian-owned businesses and institutions were among those[...]