D-CAF is back, peeps! The contemporary entertainment will begin again on March 20th.
Egyptian actress Zeina will be somewhat copying Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram in her upcoming drama. Will it work in her favor?
Haifa Wehbe had her say, now it was time for Elissa to hit back at the "woman who made herself out of nothing."
Australia is celebrating the Persian New Year with their own line up of traditional Iranian music concerts, featuring world-renowned Iranian Tar virtuoso Keyvan Saket. "Nowruz" the time to celebrate! Aussies line up Iranian concerts in celebration of Persian New Year
With several Arab countries banning the controversial Christian film, "Noah" is certainly stirring up the waters...waters that Jennifer Connelly did not enjoy being doused by.
Fans went absolutely wild at Eric Clapton's two-hour special concert last night in Bahrain.
Darren Aronofsky's upcoming epic film Noah is already banned in a number of Arab countries.
The Beirut babes were both Milan-bound as they were spotted having a friendly chat in the airport.
While some may be most excited about race day at the 2014 Formula One Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix on April 406, we're not gonna lie that the concerts are what floats our boat the most. Here's the lowdown on the weekend we're all waiting for.
Cairo International Jazz Festival, screening of movie Wadjda, and Hakawy International Arts Festival for Children are just a few of the fabulous things going down this week in Egypt.
Darb 1718 is 'da place to be on Saturday! Salalem, Like Jelly and Rassef L'bkariya will be bustin' looseWhether you don't have Saturday night plans, or even if you do, ditch them, 'cause Darb 1718 in downtown Cairo is the place to be come March 8.
Myriam Fares talks about her debut on the Dubai stage in the international musical production Peter Pan: The Never Ending Story.
Saudi "Al Farabi' are the new "It" band. Get ready, their music and lyrics are like nothing you've ever heard before.
Turkey's Islamic-rooted government has banned the x-rated film 'Nymphomaniac' because of its sex scenes.
The multiplex screening films that won an Oscar is not that far away, but Muscat residents won't go the distance to do so.
Thank you MBC for bringing us yet another regional version of a worldwide hit talent show.