By Nick Akgulian Special to the Mirror-Spectator MADISON, Wisc. — The Wisconsin Council of Social Studies (WCSS) annual conference was held in Madison March 15-17, 2024. The Armenian National Committee[...]

Editorial Note: The New York Times published an article by US Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-Greenfield on March 18 titled “The Unforgiveable Silence on Sudan,” in which she[...]

By David Luhrssen MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Bishop Mesrop Parsamyan intended to celebrate St. John the Baptist Armenian Church’s 80th anniversary in fall 2022 but was still recovering from serious injuries[...]

By David Luhrssen MILWAUKEE, Wis. — When international lawyer Karnig Kerkonian was invited to speak at St. John the Baptist Armenian Church, hope remained that Artsakh could survive. But by the[...]

By David Luhrssen MILWAUKEE — The number of people gathered at this year’s Milwaukee Armenian Fest on July 16 had already grown large at the advertised opening time. By 11[...]

RACINE, WI — This year’s annual St. Hagop Armenian Apostolic Church Madagh Picnic will be held on Sunday, June 25, 2023 at Johnson Park in Racine. The church is now[...]

MILWAUKEE — For many decades, the four Armenian churches of Southeast Wisconsin jointly observed Martyrs Day on April 24 with requiem services (prior to 2015) and other commemorations. This year,[...]

OSHKOSH, Wis. — Richard Kalinoski is not Armenian, yet three of his works — including the most famous — deal with tragic chapters of Armenian history. “I’m proud of each[...]

RACINE, Wisc. — This past year the community of St. Mesrob’s Armenian Church in Racine celebrated its 100th anniversary with special banquets, picnics, and visits from high-ranking clergy. Founded by[...]

By David Luhrssen MILWAUKEE, Wis. — Twenty-five years ago, the older members of St. John the Baptist Armenian Church in suburban Milwaukee worried that the parish’s annual summer festival would[...]