On the day before more than 1 percent of the entire population of the United States marched against the newly-inaugurated president’s agenda, the Armenian National Committee of America took an
Bethel Bilezikian Charkoudian didn’t know this photo was being taken. She didn’t even know who took it, or the identity of the girl standing near the sign she was holding up.
Eaten in England, Germany, the U.S., Romania and more Nordic countries than you can remember – the humble gingerbread has been a winter holiday favorite, accompanying other delicacies on tables for
We asked Ianyan readers to share survivor stories from the Armenian Genocide, in which over 1 million Armenians as well as Assyrians and Greeks perished in the Ottoman Empire. We
It is just after 9 am on day six of Raffi Hovannisian’s hunger strike on symbolic Liberty Square, in protest of the elections the opposition believes were stolen from
Text by Liana Aghajanian, photos © K. Shamlian In a secluded corner of Gyumri’s Central Park, sits a small room full of enough Soviet-era arcade games to dizzy
As we descend into the final hours of 2010, here is a look back at what ianyan brought you this year, from a review on HBO’s Jack Kevorkian biopic, to
“The motherland should be best loved from afar,” a man said to me the other day, “or else it will sting you.” This man, whose first name I never received,
I have now discovered why Lynda has a young attractive boyfriend (Ebong, love that name). Have you seen that ass? Based on her last name, I think Lynda is Armenian.
“Overheard on the Net” has been on a mysterious hiatus for some time, but don’t worry, it’s back, with more than enough virtual eavesdropping to keep you satisfied. I guess