September 25, 2012
The high profile divorce of of feuding former-couple Rania Yousif and Kareem Al Shabrawi became even more bitter this week when it was revealed that Kareem is suing the Egyptian actress for a reported 22 million Egyptian pounds.
The recently resigned Lebanese singer gets post from his new Islamist leader left on his Facebook page.
September 24, 2012
The scandalous author gets ready for the release of sexy spy thriller 'Beirut'.
The Internet hit reveals the inspirations behind his famous musical parodies about stereotypical Arabic traditions.
The American University in Cairo is organizing three events to celebrate the artwork of Ahmed Basiony, martyred during the Day of Rage protests on 28 January 2011.
The Sudanese artist uses watercolor to recreate the colors of his homeland.
Over the weekend AidSyria put on “We Want to Build Life” - an interactive art workshop in support of the Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Palestine’s 20th-century history of settler-colonial dispossession and resistance has long provided opportunities to tell simple stories of right and wrong.
The Saudi singer didn't make any friends in the Twitter world this week after branding the social networking site a 'waste of time'.
The Lebanese singer has shocked fans with her new look: a tattoo starting at her shoulder and running all the way to her ankle.
The former Pussycat and current X Factor judge might be the best paid wedding singer of all time.
September 23, 2012
After a campaign to get citizens to vote in Jordan, online activists have doctored the adverts to feature the Lebanese superstar Haifa Wehbe.
The journalist and poet gives us an insight into the 2011 political uprising in Yemen with the release of her English-language collection of poems, 'Once Upon a Revolution.'
Egyptian star Hannan Turk has hit out at rumors about her love life.
Myriam Fares tried her hand at Gulf songs recently and has not looked back since. The Lebanese songstress is now adding more Gulf dialect hits to a growing collection.