Tag Archives: Armenia

How I Wish To Remember Artsakh

Personal Note: This was a difficult story to write for several reasons. Initially, I wanted to be able to express my thoughts about Artsakh and the the war against the Armenians in this region – struggling to find the right … Continue reading

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Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown – Armenia

If you haven’t heard about the recent episode of Anthony Bourdain traveling to Armenia as part of his series Parts Unknown, you have most likely been living under a rock for the last month. I have to admit I have … Continue reading

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How people get inspired

Have you ever wondered how people get inspired? Inspiration is definitely the mother of invention. Everything that we see which has some form of greatness, had to be inspired. Whether it was the invention of different forms of transportation or … Continue reading

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Multi Cultural Evening for Aline

My daughter Aline is five years old and like most five year olds, she is going on eighteen. She is very social and loves to be the center of it all. I really have no idea (sarcasm) where that personality … Continue reading

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