June 24, 2014
She tried to keep it a secret, but everyone now knows that Mrs Yosra el Lozy is preggers!
Saturday saw droves of fans despite security fears in Lebanon for the Fête de la Musique festival.
“Kids make up the highest percentage of festival-goers,” said the official for Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA).
June 23, 2014
From Portland to the Gesher Theater in Jaffa, M. Ward's musical acclaim precedes his June 25th gig.
It's been a few years since Grace Deeb produced her own video for "Sing", but the Lebanese songstress is back in business now, baby!
Aida El-Kashef’s 2011 short film 'Hadouta Men Safeeh' (A Tin Tale) was restricted from screening at Zawya, but the program's curator managed away around it.
Egyptian film The Aftermath of the Inauguration of the Public Toilet at Kilometre 375, which explores fear, was named best student short film at the now 20-year-old Palm Springs International ShortFest.
Wael Jassar talks family, his daughter's singing talent and why he wants them out of the spotlight!
The International Carthage Festival is celebrating its 50-year-anniversary this year and Carole Samaha is making her debut at the prestigious event as well.
Ahmed Bedair couldn't help but cry in an interview on Egyptian TV this week!
A bunch of Arab singers are "doin' it right" and releasing their latest music albums this Eid instead!
"If" the youtube preview is any indicator of what's to come, Elissa holy month show will be a raging success!
Whew! Just in time. Amro Waked has completed the scenes for his upcoming film scheduled to be released at the end of Ramadan.
June 22, 2014
True to his romantic, poetic best form, Kazem Al Saher is singing his heart out about "The Most Beautiful Women".
With Ramadan just around the corner, Nadia Al Jundi is feeling depressed because no one has yet purchased the drama that cost 20 million Egyptian pounds to make.