WATERTOWN — The Armenian Mirror-Spectator will close for its annual two-week vacation in early July. The last issue before the vacation will be that of June 29. The first issue[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — The possible — and even highly probable — destruction of all the irreplaceable Armenian moments in Artsakh (Nagorno Karabakh), now under Azerbaijani rule, the reasons why monuments[...]

By Noubar Afeyan Noubar Afeyan, Flagship Pioneering founder and CEO, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) PhD ’87, addressed the students, faculty, and families who gathered to celebrate the 2024 MIT[...]

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. — The 35th annual Assembly of the Women’s Guild of the Eastern Diocese of the Armenian Church of America held its meetings May 3-4, with 31 delegates representing[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — Arguably, no American composer has enjoyed higher praise, been lauded by more musical luminaries, or been hailed as the “Prince of Music” quite like Alan Hovhaness. On[...]

WATERTOWN — The Society of Istanbul Armenians of Boston (SOIAB) held a successful dinner dance at the Tekeyan Cultural Association’s hall in the Baikar Building on May 18, where the[...]

BOSTON — Art and a painful history are intertwined in a painting that southeastern artist Myra Roberts did of Aurora Mardiganian, the noted survivor of the Armenian Genocide. The work[...]

By Joseph Shahbazian Special to the Mirror-Spectator In a convergence of geopolitical tides and economic discourse, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) orchestrated a seminal conference in Yerevan,[...]

ARLINGTON, Mass. — “Most people know of Ernest Hemingway, and many have read at least one book, The Old Man and the Sea, taught in most schools in the United[...]

BELMONT, Mass. — Robert Aram Kaloosdian of Belmont, died on May 12, 2024. He was the husband of Marianne (Voynick)  Kaloosdian; father of Paul (Carl) Kaloosdian, Lori (Roland) Pease and[...]