Topic: Armenian Mirror-Spectator

The current issue will be the last issue of 2023. Our next issue back will be dated January 6, 2024. That issue will feature our annual Christmas Greetings. We wish[...]

WATERTOWN — During the Armenian Mirror-Spectator‘s 90th anniversary gala, the following tribute video to the recently departed Edmond Y. Azadian, senior editorial columnist of the newspaper and a prominent Armenian[...]

WATERTOWN — Yerevan political scientist Suren Sargsyan kept a group of Armenian community organizational leaders and interested members engaged in a lecture on Friday, May 19, which turned into an[...]

WATERTOWN — Yerevan political scientist Suren Sargsyan will present a lecture on the current geopolitical challenges facing Armenia, at the Baikar Building in Watertown, on Friday, May 19, at 7:30[...]

DETROIT — Armenian intellectual and political leader Edmond Y. Azadian was buried on Saturday, April 21, in Detroit’s Woodlawn Cemetery, after a weekend of solemn visitation and funeral services allowed[...]

It is with profound sorrow that we announce the passing of Edmond Y. Azadian, one of the most prominent figures in Armenian life for over half a century, on March[...]

WATERTOWN — The Armenian Mirror-Spectator is happy to welcome Benyamin Poghosyan and Suren Sargsyan, two distinguished columnists from Yerevan, who have already begun writing regularly on various issues of Armenia’s[...]

WATERTOWN — The newest intern for the Armenian Mirror-Spectator has come from across the ocean to experience life at an Armenian-American newspaper. Mélanie Tuyssuzian, 22, is from Paris, where she lives[...]

YEREVAN (Zartonk) — The annual Armenian PR Awards, held since 2015, this year took place on June 22 in Yeraz Park. The winners in the Diaspora Media category included two[...]

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