September 6, 2012
It seems that even the Middle East's rich and famous struggle to stay on top of their rent. Ghada Abdel Razek's landlord has launched a legal complaint against the star for alleged missed payments.
The Lebanese superstar says she's still famous, even if TV host Nishan doesn't think so.
Fans who were looking forward to seeing the New Year in with Samira Saeed's upcoming album were disappointed to hear that the star has postponed its release until April 2013.
September 5, 2012
The out-of-towner played to an appreciative audience in the Egyptian capital.
'Bahari', a short film about the poorest neighborhoods of Alexandria will be screened in the city this weekend.
The infamous Egyptian actress has had enough of the insults and is heading to court to settle the matter once and for all.
A Facebook war has erupted between fans of Egyptian superstar Tamer Hosny over his decision to marry Moroccan rising star Basma Bosil.
Mashrou' Leila announce they won't support megastars Red Hot Chili Peppers in Beirut after plans go ahead for the US band to play Israel.
Syrian actor and musicical maestro Hussam Tahsin Baik tells us of his latest patriotic song for his motherland.
Cairo's artists hunger strike at the Arab League to demonstrate their support for Syria.
The Egyptian entertainer says he's got every right to believe in his abilities and turn down roles he doesn't like.
Lebanese singer Wael Kfoury's love of tennis might pay off following recent news that the star has been nominated to head Lebanon's Tennis Union.
Originally from the UK, the songstress Rachael Calladine, is regarded as one of the country’s top soul and jazz vocalists. She is currently signed with Dubai artist management and events company.
September 4, 2012
'A Separation', a stirring portrait of social tensions in today’s Iran plays for a Cairo audience on 7 September
Donia Samir Ghanem turns down a leading role in a film that contains explicit scenes for fear of offending her fiance and upsetting her professional image.