April 4, 2013
Sharjah is set to be the site of an Indian top actor's Gangnam style 'break' this weekend. Mohanlal may be a little late into the game, since Psy's introducing new work: Move over Gangnam and step in 'Gentleman' style as his second international 'release'.
Palestine has a new secret weapon and its striking fear into the heart of the competition in the entertainment industry. Doc Jazz is a surgeon and musical activist who presents Palestinians with all-purpose cures for their spiritual or physical malaise.
As an exercise in bolstering the cultural exchange between Egypt and Italy, the Egyptian Academy of Arts in Rome hosts the Egyptian Film Week from 2 - 6 April.
There were sighs of disappointment as frustrated fans in Brussels were left with a wasted evening on their hands and no sight of Assala Nasri, let alone token Belgian chocolates to make up for the loss.
In the eleventh hour, Nour El Sherif snatches a leading role for this year's Ramadan marathon.
Lebanese pop queen Nawal al Zoghbi peaks the charts with 'Gharibi Hal Denyi' (Strange World).
We've been played. Arab Idol's Ragheb Alama finally spills the truth about his April Fool's hoax resignation.
The old-school Eraserheads are bringing the Filipino back to Dubai! They're kicking off their UAE gig today, April 4th.
April 3, 2013
Awkward, mysterious, and eclectically fun, Simon Fujiwara of Sharjah displays art inspired by an old family photograph.
El Attar, the founder of Cairo's Downtown Contemporary Arts Festival, says Egypt is ready for the art that will be on display this month. They just don't know it yet.
The Lebanese singer claims to be just like everyone else while prepping for a summer concert tour around the region.
The top chocolate wafer company wants a piece of that Arab Comedy for a new show. Contest ends soon!
Old-school singer from Saudi, Mohammed Abdu, to take over and sing a comp by Iraq’s main man Majed al Muhandis.
The Syrian actress is said to be unable to cope after her tragic news.
The Lebanese stunner refuses to answer May over accusations that she's just like her scandalous character 'Ruby' in real life.