May 28, 2022
  • Art

    The Lost Art of Manuel Azadigian

    The life of artist Manuel Azadigian, who was once referred to by a retrospective in Ararat Magazine as the “Forgotten Genius,” is like a scene out of a Hollywood drama. A son of Armenian immigrants, [...]
  • Literary Corner

    When the Euphrates Ran Red

    In a land south of the Black Sea, we lived together in peace for over a thousand years. Then darkness engulfed us, and life became a ghastly nightmare. Reduced to second-class subjects, we fell prey [...]
  • News

    The Teachers of Artsakh’s Border Villages

    There is a saying—”If you have to put someone on a pedestal, put teachers. They are society’s heroes.” Indeed, teachers are instrumental in shaping the minds of future generations. They are role models for many [...]
  • Culture

    Winemaking in Wartime

    The century-old vineyards of Khachik, Armenia serve as a military border. Keush started purchasing grapes from this border village of the southwestern Vayots Dzor province in 2013. Many farmers had previously abandoned the vineyards due [...]

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