WARWICK, R.I. — In June and July, Gallery Z is offering a family affair, presenting art from four different members of the Elibekian family spanning three generations plus one, hence[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — On Sunday, April 28, the Armenian Martyrs’ Memorial Committee of Rhode Island commemorated the 109th Anniversary of the 1915 Armenian Genocide at the Martyrs’ Monument, North Burial[...]

The following keynote address was delivered by Mirror-Spectator editor Alin K. Gregorian at the annual Genocide commemoration in Providence, on April 28. As most know, we commemorate the date April[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Saints Sahag and Mesrob Church will hold a cultural literary event “Past, Present and Future – Armenian Literature” with three innovate female writers – Victoria Atamian Waterman,[...]

PROVIDENCE — On Tuesday, April 16, the Armenian Martyrs’ Memorial Committee is sponsoring its 24th Annual Armenian Youth Day at the Egavian Cultural Center, 70 Jefferson Street, Providence for children[...]

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[...]

PORTSMOUTH, R.I. — For the first time, a voluminous collection of first-hand accounts of atrocities experienced and reported by repatriating Armenian and other Christian survivors of the WWI deportations have been[...]

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Armenian Martyrs’ Memorial Committee of Rhode Island hosted two important events commemorating the 108th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide on April 29-30. The weekend began with[...]

PROVIDENCE — Exactly one year ago, the noted Armenian composer, teacher, public figure Levon Chaushyan died prematurely. His name is widely known as the author of symphonic, instrumental, chamber, vocal[...]

WYCKOFF, N.J. — “My paternal great-grandmother Hajimom passed into her eternal rest when I was 8 months old,” says Ruth Bedevian. “Anna Najimian Bakalian is sleeping in Flower Hill Cemetery[...]