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Garen Yegparian

Celebration, Civic Duty, Common Sense

I recently heard a story from a friend about difficulties stemming from jury duty – something I think is incredibly important

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Survivor

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

Garen Yegparian

Celebration, Civic Duty, Common Sense

I recently heard a story from a friend about difficulties stemming from jury duty – something I think is incredibly important

Catherine Yesayan

Remembering the 1990 College Hills Fire

“‘June-Gloom’ is a term I learned early on when we settled in the Los Angeles area where the month of June is, all too often, gloomy and cold.”

A scene from the 85th anniversary of Alik newspaper in Tehran

A Unique Eye-Opening Visit to Iran

Along with 16 other Armenian journalists from Armenia, Artsakh, the Czech Republic, France, Lebanon, Syria, and the United States, I was invited to attend the 85th anniversary celebration of Alik daily

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The Architect in a Box

There was nothing but sand here. Now, a picture-perfect 21st century metropolis stands tall with pride.

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