I drive up the 395 like some new ageless nomad scouring the remnants of slick Silk Road IEDs, abstracting triangulations of fire, ambushing mile-high sniper squads and extraction teams

Samantha Power

SpitRain IX: The Multicontinental Edition

Winner of a Pulitzer Prize, National Book Critics Circle Award, U.N. Correspondents Gold Medal, the National Magazine Award, the Overseas Press Club Award, and two from the ANCA (Eastern and Western Regions)

Catherine Yesayan

Only in Yerevan

On the last day of the Golden Apricot Film Festival, the buzz was to see the controversial and Avant-garde Swedish movie, “The Square,” that had won the top film prize of Palm D’Or at the Cannes Film Festival

Paul Chaderjian

Three Apples: The Relic

Once there was and there was not … that place 100 years ago that my ancestors survived, where teenage boys were dressed as girls, young women married off to foreigners and infants given up to Kurds


The Armens Varsity boys basketball team vs. Armens alumni

Ferrahian Armens Play a Friendly Game with Alumni

I landed in Los Angeles at 5:24 pm and I was at Ferrahian at 6:42 p.m. Granted, for whoever isn’t familiar with the traffic we Los Angeles residents need to endure, this might seem like a long time