"So You Think You Can Dance Arabia" has finally aired and the competition is pipping hot!
Sherine Abdel Wahab will be making a comeback to the live-concert scene in Cairo with a fabulous Eid performance this Oct!
She's shown her stuff in the acting world of late, but it's been awhile seen we've seen Anoshka at the mic. She's currently rockin' it in the studio, though, so get ready!
It's the fourth episode of the season as Kadem Al Saher arrives on the scene to show the hopeful musicians how it's done.
Nadia Al Jundi has allegedly become a bossy pants on set the drama "Asrar" (Secrets). If you've got the cash, you can clearly do whatever you want. You just might not have any friends.
Within a few years, the Abu Dhabi Film Festival has established itself as one of the most important cinema events in the MENA region, and Egypt has three films competing against others from around the world.
Could the late comedian actor Khaled Saleh really have predicted his own death? According to Tunisian actress Hind Sabri, he really did!
Clap along if watching Pharrell is what you want to do! Oh, and buy tickets to the Formula 1 race in Abu Dhabi this November.
Sherine Abdel Wahab's court hearing has been postponed for a while longer, much to the dismay of Sharif Muneer.
Iranian director Ali Atshani’s latest creation Negar’s Role is to be showcased at the First Aberdeen International Film Festival in Scotland.
That's why "We are Here". In a musical plea for peace and forgiveness, Alicia Keys performed a moving song alongside artists from the Middle East.
Egyptian digital artist Ahmed Emad Eldin designs cover for Pink Floyd's new album The Endless River.
Nicole Saba has a split personality... in her upcoming music vid "Ma Ba'a Etdu'eli" (Don't Call Me Anymore) that is!
Mohamed Khan's "Factory Girl" is the official entry by Egypt for the Oscar's Best Foreign Language Film 2015.
Lucy, the newly released movie by French filmmaker Luc Besson, features Egyptian actor Amr Waked. His appearance prompts reflections on presence of Egyptian artists in international cinema.
With Egyptian band Cairokee in the running for an MTV EMA, underground bands are making their way to the top in the country.