Corinne Aivazian’s efforts to revive traditional Armenian clay practices have landed her in a place that, at first glance, might seem like an unlikely one for answers: Oaxaca, Mexico. But let’s start at the beginning, […]
WATERTOWN, Mass.—April is typically a month of unity for the Armenian American community, but this year, with social distancing practices in place, it will be more difficult than ever to foster that sense of togetherness […]
Tragedy and Triumph: Berklee Announces New Scholarship for Armenian Musicians at Show Featuring Tigran Hamasyan
Special to the Armenian Weekly BOSTON (A.W.)—The 10th annual Berklee Middle Eastern Festival marked a celebration of progress triggered by tragedy. The discrimination many Middle Easterners and Arabs faced post 9/11, prompted Beirut-born Armenian American […]
Special for the Armenian Weekly The following photos were taken by Knar Bedian at the April 24 protest at the Turkish Consulate of Boston.