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Shopping Essentials: A Volunteer Writes

The money is meant for pot-scrubs,a frying pan and perhaps a liter or two of bleach.Canny volunteers might invest in an electric fan to see them through summer, or a stout pair of boots for winter, plus a potato-peeler, a towel or two, and a bedside light. 313 more words


The road to Artsakh

I’m exhausted. The weekend was a whirlwind, and I spent most of it wanting to take a nap. Each day was so ambitiously scheduled that it was literally impossible to get enough sleep, but I survived it and didn’t even get sick! 879 more words


Homage to the Past & Future

The illuminating facades that still encompass the interior decors of one of the world’s oldest Cathedrals remains engraved in my mental hard drive. Reading about a certain historical landmark and actually witnessing it in person are two very different dynamics. 2,647 more words

US Embassy in Armenia Hosts Access Camp: iDillijan

Starting on July 13, the US Embassy in Armenia financed a three-day COAF-led intensive camp, iDillijan. This was the second session of its kind held through the English Access Microscholarship Program. 198 more words

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Armenia selects Misha for Junior Eurovision!

The wheels are starting to move for Junior Eurovision now, which is planned for the 26th of November this year – it’s approaching quickly! Armenia is next to select their act for Junior Eurovision, and it is Misha (Michael Grigoryan) who will be heading to Georgia, hoping to bring Armenia another Junior Eurovision win! 218 more words


Independence Day, Off the Grid and Walking

July 4, 2017 – Independence Day

Just about any country that lays claim to being an independent entity celebrates the day it became independent from another world power. 1,240 more words