Romanian soprano Angela Gheorghiu requested that her scheduled concert at Baalbek’s Bacchus Temple is moved to a different venue.
The series created by the team behind last Ramadan's critically acclaimed Zaat invites audiences into the lives of female prisoners and wardresses in the infamous Qanater Prison.
Oud virtuoso, vocalist and composer Marcel Khalife brought the Byblos International Festival audience to its feet Thursday evening.
Mohammed Assaf sings 'Raise Your Head High' in solidarity with his home country of Palestine under attack. The song reached almost half a million views on YouTube only two days after its release.
Egyptian folk singer Abu al Leef is saying "I do" this month!
Yousra is out of the spotlight and nowhere to be seen. What could be making her hide?
Wafaa Amer loves her country so much that she's giving her entire new show's earnings to the Egypt Fund!
Celebs try to be as unique, original and different from one another as they can, but what do Haifa Wehbe, Ahlam and Asala Nasri all have in common?
Haifa Wehbe puts rumors to rest and tells us whether her ex-husband Ahmad Abu Hashima left her because of pressure from the Muslim Brotherhood.
Saudi singer Waad has sadly announced the death of her brother.
"Don’t Let It Bring You Down" Neil! Rockets replace Rocker Neil Young as violence escalates in Tel AvivNeil Young's Tel Aviv concert is to happen no more...
Egyptian singer Angham is releasing her first ever Lebanese single!
The Lebanese singer's latest greatest music video will soon be ours for the viewing.
'A Hologram for the King', a film by German director Tom Tykwer and starring Tom Hanks, will showcase Hurghada's underwater reefs.
Girl I didn't know you could get down like that! Emirati scoops International Independent Film AwardEmirati female filmmakers are on the rise, and this year one "independent" woman won the Narrative Short category at this year’s International Independent Film Awards.
Films from Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq, Palestine and Jordan, including Mohamed Khan's Factory Girl, will be screened at the Riverside Theatres in Sydney, Australia, this August as part of the 2014 Arab Film Festival.