Monthly Archives: November 2011

Hooray!

A 2nd grade teacher named Tiroui Melkonian has agreed to be interviewed via e-mail questions!¬†According to Ms. Melkonian, her schooling was in Soviet Armenia and she graduated from high school just as the Soviet Era was ending. She and her … Continue reading

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Prominent Armenians

As a writer, I certainly know that Wikipedia isn’t the most reliable source of information. On the other hand, I do use it on a regular basis to “geek out.” (You know, if I’m suddenly very curious about how long … Continue reading

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A Bite!

After I didn’t get any semblance of a response from either of the two entities I initially wanted to virtually interview, I decided to take matters into my own hands and send inquiry e-mails to a series of Armenian schools … Continue reading

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