Joseph Berman Massachusetts Superior Court Nominee Faces Opposition for Failing to Act in Face of Genocide Denial BY NANORE BARSOUMIAN From The Armenian Weekly BOSTON—“I don’t enjoy voting no, but it is the right thing to do,” Councilor Marilyn M. Pettito Devaney told the Armenian Weekly du...Read More →
Massachusetts Superior Court Nominee Faces Opposition for Failing to Act in Face of Genocide Denial BOSTON, Mass. (A.W.)—“I don’t enjoy voting no, but it is the right thing to do,” Councilor Marilyn M. Pettito Devaney told the Armenian Weekly during an interview, as she explained why she opp...Read More →
WALTHAM, Mass. (A.W.)—Voters residing in Massachusetts’ Fifth District are going to the polls today for the Democratic primary of the special elections to fill Senator Edward J. Markey’s seat in the US House of Representatives. Armenian American activists also hit the streets canvassing for Mi...Read More →
“I want to become an architect, but I also want to become a good photographer,” Arevik Galoyan, 15, recently told the Armenian Weekly. “I’ve gained much from Tumo, starting with good friends to good knowledge,” she added. Students at Tumo Arevik is one of many students who attend workshop...Read More →
All The Light There Was By Nancy Kricorian Boston & New York: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (2013) 279 pages, $24.00 Anarchists, communists, liberals, Jews, émigrés—Frenchmen from all walks of life resisted the Nazi occupation in France and the Vichy regime during World War II. They collectivel...Read More →
The Armenian Weekly August 2013 Magazine Black and white photographs of men—and some women—hang on the walls of Stepanakert’s Museum of Fallen Soldiers, reminding visitors of their absence. Tucked in a simple wooden frame, a picture of a man with a thin mustache and a Soviet-era cap stares bac...Read More →
As violence peaked in Egypt in recent weeks, and rumors spread about an attack on an Armenian church, the Armenian Weekly contacted members of the Egyptian Armenian community for their interpretation of the events unfolding in the country. Wedding at the Boghos Bedros Armenian Apostolic Church in A...Read More →
The story last year about women in an Armenian border town knitting teddy bears for their families’ subsistence inspired many in the diaspora. It seemed the bears would be unstoppable—they soon made their way into Armenian-American homes, community centers, bazaars, and bookstores. Now the bear...Read More →
Thousands of activists celebrate victory across the capital YEREVAN (A.W.)—Yerevan Mayor Taron Margaryan suspended the decision to raise transportation fares in a statement publicized on July 25. Mayor Margaryan during a meeting with representatives from the transportation sector However, Margary...Read More →
BOSTON, Mass.—Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian has announced his candidacy for Senator Edward Markey’s (D-Mass.-5) vacant seat in Congress. The special election, which will likely take place sometime in December, has five candidates already campaigning for the Democratic primary, which ...Read More →
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