September 11, 2013
Fiction meets documentary in the new film “Rags and Tatters” about recent events in Cairo. The new film had its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival.
September 10, 2013
He's the world's biggest superstar and he thinks Dubai has the world's best skyline. Thanks, John Travolta.
The Malmo Arab Film Festival proved a huge success for Egyptian films in its third round this Sunday.
So many rumors have been circulating Egyptian singer Sherine Abdel Wahab, but we've all the answers to them inside to keep your mind at rest.
It’s sad, sad time for Lebanese singer Najwa Karam and her fam. The starlet’s father has passed away after a long battle with cancer. Many celebs are coming alongside her in different ways.
Is actor Jamal Suliman back in Syria? And is he really against the US strike on his homeland?
The event that was to keep Amr Diab rollin’ in dough is no more. Another Egyptian concert has been cancelled.
Carole Samaha can no longer sing about loneliness because she’s found a man to say “I do” ‘til death do they part.
This makes #18 for the super celeb that has tattoos all over her bod. Her latest greatest addition is an Arabic phrase onto the inside of her right forearm.
Yes, yes, it's all true. Back by popular demand for Season 2 is our fave talent show "The Voice." Who's set for a return from the judges? Read up and find out...
After a long year of suffering after receiving the shocking news that she's breast cancer, Basma Wahbe has now been given the all-clear.
September 9, 2013
In an aim to promote Saudi theatre, the Saudi Cultural and Art Society organized Jeddah Theater Week.
This week, the Royal Opera House Muscat will begin its new season, introducing over 40 outstanding Arabic and international events by world-class artistes and companies.
Volkswagen is ready to make an Arab famous. A heated music competition is down to two finalists, Hamad al Fardan and Louay al Majed. Which one's got your vote?
She's been unspoken about her anti-Assad opinions about the war in Syria, but the threat of a U.S. strike has made her stop for just a moment as she can't imagine her "country suffering any further."