Topic: Gabriella Gage

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — When it comes to business and brewing tea, budding entrepreneur Niara Keverian stays true to her roots. As vice president of marketing, Keverian is set to launch a new product, ZOOS[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff WORCESTER — The Armenian Cultural Foundation’s recent publication, President Calvin Coolidge and the Armenian Orphan Rug, sheds light on a little-known piece of American history. It also[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff BOSTON — Meg Kassakian Connolly, is more than just the wife of Boston mayoral hopeful, John R. Connolly; she is a clinical psychologist with a passion for issues of mental health and immigration.[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff LOS ANGELES — When Spanish filmmaker, Eric Boadella, experienced the ancient Armenian tradition of the tamada or toastmaster, “It was love at first sight,” he said. From this initial reaction,[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff NEW YORK — Musician Alan Semerdjian’s recently released his album, “Quiet Songs for Loud Times,” represents a fresh, personal take on the challenges that affect society as a whole, but[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff WATERTOWN — In early 2012, Tom Garabedian was named the new managing director of the Armenian Tree Project (ATP), a non-profit organization founded to promote Armenia’s reforestation and[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff MADISON, Wisc. — The late Josephine Mangasarian’s Diyarbakir Exodus is more than the story of a singular life; the memoir is an extensive family history — the interconnected stories of[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff YEREVAN —The Manana Youth Center is more than your typical afterschool program — it’s an organization focused on developing the intellectual and creative talents of youth in Armenia. The[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff The recently-released Totally Unofficial: The Autobiography of Raphael Lemkin begins with an introduction by editor Donna-Lee Frieze into the life of the “Insistent Prophet,” international[...]

By Gabriella Gage Mirror-Spectator Staff CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Harvard’s Philip J. King Professor of Egyptology Peter Der Manuelian first discovered his passion for all things Egypt during a fourth grade history class at the Belmont Day[...]