Category: Community

Imagine Armenia Forum in Boston

Imagine Armenia Forum in Boston

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — On May 20, for the first time in Boston, Repat Armenia Foundation, in cooperation with Armenian Business Network will host “Imagine Armenia” forum to share reasons and best ways to get engaged with Armenia. During the forum the Boston-based Armenian community will have the opportunity to learn about the experiences of different […]

Boston Celtics’ Legend, M. L. Carr, to Speak at Holy Trinity Church

Boston Celtics’ Legend, M. L. Carr, to Speak at Holy Trinity Church

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — In continuing its series of events celebrating books and courage and legends, Holy Trinity Armenian Church of Greater Boston presents M. L. Carr, who will share his inspiring life story on Sunday, April 30, at 12:15 p.m., in the Charles and Nevart Talanian Cultural Hall of the church complex at 145 Brattle […]

CYSCA, NAASR, MIT Armenian Society to Present Panel on Climate Change

CYSCA, NAASR, MIT Armenian Society to Present Panel on Climate Change

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Cambridge-Yerevan Sister City Association (CYSCA), along with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Armenian Society and the National Association for Armenian Studies and Research (NAASR) announces a panel discussion on lightning, climate change and other exciting scientific challenges. This event is being held as part of the annual Cambridge Science Festival on Monday, […]

Documentary Hopes to Bring Turkish, Armenian Communities Closer

Documentary Hopes to Bring Turkish, Armenian Communities Closer

By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A murder almost a decade ago and a genocide a century back impacted one woman so much that she altered the course of her life. The woman, Gonca Sönmez-Poole, a Turkish-American, formed the grassroots group Turkish-Armenian Women’s Association (TAWA) in 2012, to bring together women who […]

Documentary Hopes to Bring Turkish, Armenian Communities Closer

Documentary Hopes to Bring Turkish, Armenian Communities Closer

By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A murder almost a decade ago and a genocide a century back impacted one woman so much that she altered the course of her life. The woman, Gonca Sönmez-Poole, a Turkish-American, formed the grassroots group Turkish-Armenian Women’s Association (TAWA) in 2012, to bring together women who […]

Documentary Hopes to Bring Turkish, Armenian Communities Closer

Documentary Hopes to Bring Turkish, Armenian Communities Closer

By Alin K. Gregorian Mirror-Spectator Staff CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — A murder almost a decade ago and a genocide a century back impacted one woman so much that she altered the course of her life. The woman, Gonca Sönmez-Poole, a Turkish-American, formed the grassroots group Turkish-Armenian Women’s Association (TAWA) in 2012, to bring together women who […]

AIWA Holiday Party January 8 to Feature Mother-Daughter Duo

AIWA Holiday Party January 8 to Feature Mother-Daughter Duo

ARLINGTON, Mass. — The Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) Annual Armenian Christmas Party will be held on Sunday, January 8, at 2 p.m. at the Armenian Cultural Foundation, 441 Mystic St. Entertainment will be provided by Jasmin Atabekyan-Gasparyan, on piano, and her daughter, Emily Gasparyan, on violin. The program will include well-known classical, popular and […]

Panel at Harvard to Discuss Armenia’s Upcoming Parliamentary Elections

Panel at Harvard to Discuss Armenia’s Upcoming Parliamentary Elections

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Dr. Anna Ohanyan, Richard B. Finnegan Distinguished Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Stonehill College, will moderate a panel discussion titled “The Armenian Parliamentary Elections in April 2017: How Can the Diaspora Engage in Armenia’s Democratic Evolution,” on Saturday, December 3, at 2 p.m., at Harvard University, Sever Hall, Room 113. The discussion […]