April 18, 2013
A Norwegian TV show known as “Anne-Kat” aired a comedy show on Tuesday depicting teenage girls allegedly “converting to Islam” for the chance to win tickets to see Justin Bieber in concert.
Get on your dancin’ shoes, Hani Ramzi! Diana Karazon wants to groove with you. Too bad they don’t fit!
Sudanese say yahoo for Yahia! The old-timer Egyptian actor gets honored by the embassy in Cairo for his role in “Al khawaja Abdul Qader”.
Carole Samaha is ready to party hardy in Cairo. The Lebanese songstress is on cloud 9 with the highest selling record in Egypt and is bringing the country's record industry up with her.
She's a glamorous actress married to 'the most beautiful man in the world', and now her dream has finally come true to become a mother. Can life get any better for Nicole Saba?
Dutch group Hotel Modern ignites emotions of 'The Great War' through a live performance using miniature objects, landscapes, sound installations and powerful storytelling as a part of D-CAF.
Empty Yard Experiment (EYE) shares how they were picked to open for legendary Metallica this weekend in Abu Dhabi.
A million-dirham fund has been set up to help young Emirati directors.
April 17, 2013
Saudi actress Marwa Mohammad's latest film "Sada" (Echo), about people with disabilities, makes it into the Sixth Annual Gulf Cinema Festival.
Egyptian comedian, Rami Boraie, is hoping to be named the 'Funniest Arab' in the KitKat Comedy Break competition.
The revered Saudi singer, Mohammad Abdo, bestowed Jordanian composer Ayman Abdullah as the "Prince of Composers" at a recent cultural event.
The last thing Ola Ghanem is in the mood for is another false rumor that she’s resigning from anything. The Egyptian actress’ manager puts an end to gossip that Ola has quit her role in 'Mazaj Al Akheer‘ (The Last Mood)
Iraq's beloved Majed Al Mohandes made it big in Morocco last weekend with a celebrity crowd that welcomed him so well that organizers asked him back for another round later this summer.
The performance of a Syrian contestant on one of the most-watched entertainment shows in the Mideast has generated political arguments and threats against him but the wannabe star says he was singing only for Syria.
On Sunday 21 April, a number of the Cairo Opera House's artistic companies, conductors and soloists will join a large memorial concert dedicated to Abdel Moneim-Kamel.