Topic: FAR

YEREVAN and NEW YORK — When master pianist Sahan Arzruni spent the majority of June working with music students in some of Armenia’s rural towns, he was interested in learning about the state of musical education outside of Yerevan. He[...]

By Florence Avakian NEW YORK — Nerses “Krik” Krikorian was 4-years-old when he first stepped on US soil. Born on the side of a Turkish road in 1921 as his parents were fleeing the Armenian Genocide, his family spent the next four[...]

By Taleen Babayan Special to the Mirror-Specator NEW YORK — The striking, handcrafted images on display, ranging from a blue dove enmeshed in red and orange hues, to the intricately coiled letters of the Armenian alphabet, marked the[...]

NEW YORK — Throughout his two decades of working in alliance with the Armenian people, Dr. Edgar Housepian’s faith in their strength and resilience has grown. A retired Columbia University neurosurgeon, Housepian is a co-founder of the[...]

NEW YORK — On February 4, Charity Navigator gave the Fund for Armenian Relief (FAR) a four star rating. Charity Navigator, America’s premier charity evaluator, highlights the fine work of efficient charities and provides donors with[...]