Armenian Heritage Cornerstone of Boston Neighborhood: Unique Collaboration between Private and Public Sectors
By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff BOSTON — Come springtime, the Armenian community of the greater Boston area can see the handiwork of acting as one, namely, the completion of the Armenian Heritage Park, a unique privately-funded public project.
By Daphne Abeel Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON — On Friday, November 11, the Knights of Vartan Ararat Lodge Number 1 will hold its annual awards ceremony at the Renaissance Waterfront Hotel on Long Wharf in Boston. The evening will begin with a reception at 7 p.m., followed by dinner at 8.
By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff BOSTON — The Taj Hotel was the scene of a celebration and fundraiser for the Armenian Mirror- Spectator, bringing together about 250 of the newspaper’s longtime supporters, current and former staff and their friends and family for an evening of fun and camaraderie.
ARLINGTON, Mass. — The home of the Hakob Karapents library-collection, the Armenian Cultural Foundation (ACF), on Sunday, November 21 at 4 p.m. will mark his 85th anniversary, as of one of the most prolific of modern Armenian writers.
WATERTOWN, Mass. — St. Stephen’s Armenian Elementary School (SSAES) is celebrating its 25th anniversary, on Saturday, November 20, with a glittering gala at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel, featuring Dr. Joyce Shushan Barsam as keynote speaker.
NEWTON, Mass. — The Newton Symphony Orchestra (NSO) will present a concert on Sunday November 14, titled “The Mystic Beauty of Armenian Music,” which will be dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the birth of composer Alan Hovhaness.
By Nancy Kalajian Special to the Mirror-Spectator BOSTON — Though it will be held during Halloween weekend, there’s no need to be afraid of experiencing this year’s Armenian Film Festival in Boston. Indeed, the chills that filmgoers might experience during the last weekend in October may well be related to the pride and accomplishments felt [...]