August 12, 2012
How to initiate your kids into the land of TV drama: cartoons, Arab soap-opera-style.
The Iraqi singer has his wages from concerts confiscated to pay back alleged huge debts.
Maisa al Moghrabi denies some rumors while volunteering others: The Emirati-Moroccan actress claims not to be banned from Saudi Arabia. She tells about 'that picture' and why she split off from Saudi fiance, and admits the failure of a previous marriage.
August 11, 2012
Nesrine Tafesh's inner circles are denying rumors that the actress is mid-way through a divorce.
Egypt's Yusra Al Lawzi is still shaken from a severe incident of food poisoning.
Tune in to Ramadan TV this month and you're to come by the familiar Bab al-Hara face of Syrian actress Dima Kandalaft. She's on a mission to be seen in action this year.
Alongside the usual suspects, Arabian Business’ annual list of ‘The Most Powerful Arab Women’ back in March revealed some shock entries for 2012. These wild-cards were mostly Lebanese.
The Christian Lebanese singer was hauled off to the police station for smoking in public in Algeria.
August 9, 2012
The Fourth Wife Ramadan soap is already causing waves but it's not in the audience or reception to the show. Rather the cast and production behind the scenes are having a Ramadan meltdown.
The star with the big voice gives us the lowdown on his favorite hits.
It's 22 years after Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, but for some the war's not over yet, Ramadan TV drama is stirring it all up again.
The big ladies of pop - Madonna and JLo - are both cradle snatching but who's the better catch?
In a surprise move, the administrators of the official website for renowned Saudi singer Muhammad Abduh, affectionately known as singer of the Arabs, have decided to permanently cancel the site.
Otis Grand, the Lebanese musician, recalls that his colleagues on the U.S. Blues circuit used to call him “the Blues Police”, as he speaks of his desire to claim the blues for the Middle East.
The Egyptian actress fights off criticism as she goes from 'Queen's Arabic' to 'down with the kids'.