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This week, we are shining a spotlight on Lebanese Art Director Abir Jamal, whose work you have probably already seen in several Lebanese & Arab television shows and movies!  Abir Jamal wears many hats. After earning her BA in Interior Architecture

We love anything natural, especially when it comes to what we put on our skin. This week, we’re sharing this amazing local brand: Ward Skin! They offer a wide range of handcrafted skincare products, all created with 100% organic ingredients. The

Pizza lovers, you all know that there’s nothing like a wood oven pizza to elevate the already epic pizza to new delectable heights. The smokiness, the depth of flavor, the crispiness of the dough, it all just adds a level

Riad Salameh fails to show up to his interrogation session with Judge Ghada Aoun.  After BDL governor Riad Salameh refused to attend for today's interrogation session, Mount Lebanon State Prosecutor Judge Ghada Aoun rescheduled the hearing for next Tuesday. She threatened to

Living in Lebanon means living within chaos. We deal with chaos on so many levels, from the deteriorating living conditions to the institutionalized chaos we’re used to, and so much more in between. We’ve had to adapt to this crazy

This week, we’re shining a light on Zweytini, a local brand of handmade wooden utensils created by Paul Abou Farah. He makes everything from spoons and knives to spatulas and bowls, all from reclaimed wood, and each piece is unique

We’ve all met a girl like her. A 13-year old schoolgirl of “a good family” who went to a “good school”, spoke French, had rich parents and zero worries. That might look like a walk in the park for the

Virtual Exhibition by Arneli Art Gallery Location: Beit Misk View this post on Instagram A post shared by Arneli Art Gallery (@arneliartgallery) Once Upon a Time in West Beirut - Virtual Exhibition by Joanna Raad Virtual Tour | Once Upon a Time

Dollar reaches an all-time high of 30,000 LBP.  View this post on Instagram A post shared by Megaphone | ميغافون (@megaphonenews) The US dollar exchange rate on the parallel market topped LBP 30,000 for the first time, representing a 32