Alexander Nazaryan

Stories by Alexander Nazaryan

  • 6.20_DT0125_GordonLish_02

    An Angry Flash of Gordon

    Age has not tamed the literary insurgent once known as “Captain Fiction”
  • 6.12_George_Will

    George Will's History of Being Boring

    Long before he wrote colleges have turned "victimhood [into] a coveted status that confers privileges," the columnist wrote tepidly for Newsweek
  • 6.5_Little_Syria_1

    Little Syria, Little Known

    The 9/11 Museum makes no mention of the Arabic community that thrived nearby in lower Manhattan
  • 5.9_DT0119_KievArt_01

    The Molotov Museum

    The uprising against Russia has turned Kiev’s central square into an unruly and provocative art exhibit
    European Edition Version
  • 5.2_DT0118_Locke4

    Keep Locke Weird

    A tiny town in Northern California settled by Chinese immigrants 100 years ago has changed little since then
    European Edition Version
  • James “Primo” Grant, left, in the film Five Star

    Kids’ Play

    Two movies at the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival shed light on the travails of young men coming of age in the inner city
  • 4.17_Woodpecker1

    The Hunt for the Russian Woodpecker

    Chernobyl 2, a close neighbor to the infamous nuclear reactor, is a secretive radar site that has finally been opened to the curious
  • 4.18_FE0216_Chernobyl_01

    Chernobyl Redux

    From high-end tourism to one of the world’s most ambitious engineering projects, strange things are happening at the site of the worst nuclear disaster in history, which could still kill plenty of people
    European Edition Version
  • 3.21_DT0314_SolitaryConfinement_02

    Solitude’s Despair

    Solitary confinement is a moral outrage, a living death that leaves inmates praying for the needle
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  • 3.28_DT0113_70Pine1B

    Pine, Fresh Again

    70 Pine Street, one of the finest skyscrapers in Manhattan, comes back to life
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    Getting Cancer Wrong

    In the war against cancer, the enemy remains poorly defined. This group of scientists is hoping to change that—and is making enemies of its own
    European Edition Version
  • 3.21_Helen_01

    Here Comes Helen

    An exhilaratingly ambitious young writer refuses to be bound by race or nationhood
    European Edition Version
  • 3.17_LL8

    Shine On, Tiny Little Star

    Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in California are getting closer to the dream of nuclear fusion
  • 3.14_DT0211_Philadelphia-01

    The Streets of Killadelphia

    Two fearless journalists, one rogue narcotics unit and a city in the grip of public corruption
    European Edition Version
  • 2.14_FE0207_Kevin_Love_1

    All You Need Is Love. And Four Other Players

    The Minnesota Timberwolves star forward has emerged as one of the best players in the NBA. That could be bad news for his fans in the Twin Cities
    European Edition Version
  • George Eliot Middlemarch

    Marching Towards the Middle

    What George Eliot’s Victorian masterpiece can teach us about struggling, erring humans
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    Choose Your Dystopia

    A spate of recent novels by prominent writers paint a bleak vision of tomorrow – and today
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