October 28, 2014
Aussie soft rock duo Air Supply, you know, "The One That You Love" to hear, has a gig in Israel this December.
Sherine is pretty zipped lipped either for legal reasons or due to shell shock after she was sentenced to six months of jail in court.
Ahlam is headed to court next year, and she's seriously not shy about it.
The Kuwaiti actress out on the open market again after finalizing her divorce from husband and business manager Ahmad Al Biraiki
Jordanian actress Saba Mubarak and Egyptian actor Amro Youssef deliver a humanitarian message in their new film "The Price."
Amin Dora’s comedy “Ghadi” is seeking international recognition; let's hope it wins "Best Foreign Language Film" in the 2015 Oscars.
Ahlam has a new fan: Somaya al Khashab!
"Big Girls Don't Cry", especially when they're at the Taste of Abu Dhabi coming up next month. With a Four Seasons tribute and delectable delights, it's sure to be a home run of a foodie event.
October 27, 2014
Here's what Adel has to say about the rumors going around that he and Khaled Yousif are on the outs.
Sorry, "Mazzika", Mayada isn't moving out of her unstable homeland for man or music.
Ramadan 2015 will bring the Syrian drama "Darine" to our screens where Nesreen Tafesh will portray a woman shocked to discover her family is missing from Damascus.
For the first time in Abu Dhabi Film Festival's history, experts gathered for an open public discussion on the poor film acting and directing in Arab cinema.
Maya Diab's #PinkStands4 claimed the number one spot on Glamour Magazine's most influential breast cancer awareness campaigns worldwide.
Superstar Beyonce posted verses from the Quran on her Instagram account yesterday. What's all that about?
After Star Wars and Fast and Furious filmed their sequels in the city, other productions are following suit to make Abu Dhabi one of the top international locations for film.