A New Café in Yerevan Fuses Existentialism and Fun

"Man is condemned to be free"—Inspired by these words of Jean-Paul Sartre, Narek Bakhtamyan, one of the founders of Jean-Paul Existential Cafe, creates an environment that is entirely focused on the individual.

Taxis Gone Wild

Lately the absurdity of taxi names in Armenia has caught significant attention. Everyday new cab services pop up in the streets of Yerevan, and we’re happy to report that the names splayed across vehicles in outdated fonts, are as quirky as ever.

Is Tagging Taking Over Yerevan?

ImYerevan covers the city's recent anonymous tagger.

Dilijan School Puts Armenia's on the Map as an Educational Center

United World Colleges is an international educational movement around the world. There are 14 such institutions training students from more than 140 countries and on October 4, 2014, Armenia officially became one of them.

Branding Armenia: 'It's time to share Armenia with the world'

Depending who you're talking to, Armenia can refer to a territory with long history, an ethnicity with a global diaspora, and a nation searching for an identity and dreams for a better future. How do all of these elements combine to help strategists determine where Armenia is headed in the 21st century?

What Yerevan’s Youth Are Thinking

In a city like Yerevan, where money always seems to be an issue, asking young people “What is your biggest dream?” will highlight that fact. While some of the answers we got certainly require money to become reality, it was clear that money was not the only objective.