July 2, 2013
From bad boy singer to snapshot actor, Mohammad Hammaki has made his way into Adel Imam’s Ramadan drama ‘Al Araf’ (The Fortune Teller).
We loved listening to her as Lamis the gifted singer, but now Tuba is talking politics.
It’s never too early to start, and Jenny Asper’s two-month-old baby is living proof. The Syrian actress is inaugurating her daughter into stardom on screen of ‘Sabaya’ (The Girls).
He's one lucky man: the President of Turkmenistan gets a little JLo and Nancy Ajram all in one birthday!
Stardom, Ramadan show in the making, and vacation....Laila Elwi's summer looks pretty good from that perspective, but sadly the drama isn't limited to the screen. Her mandatory holiday may not be fun after all.
You can't be anyone but Haifa Wehbe to get an invitation to the City of Love's most exclusive events!
Jerash is up-and-happening, and this year Carole Samaha was finally in the star lineup!
Every Lebanese electronica addict's dream has come true with the announcement the Creamfields, the largest electronic music festival in the world, is hitting up Beirut as its latest international location.
After being highly condemned for singing Happy Birthday to Muslim Turkmenistan leader Gurbanguly Berdymukhamedov, Jennifer Lopez spills the deets on why she was down with the daring performance.
July 1, 2013
Assaf Mania hits Dubai. The young superstar head to the Gulf's coolest destination for his first international appearance.
Jennifer Lopez's 'Love don't cost a thing' but her dignity. People are in an uproar after she sang 'Happy Birthday' to the Muslim dictator of Turkmenistan.
Former law abiding citizen Youssef Sharif takes matters into his own hands in new action drama.
The Arab satirical show ‘Al Bernameg’ snatches a sweeping number of fans in Egypt and across the region as it criticizes the misleading stances and flaws of the Egyptian leadership.
Shubbak Festival opens a window in London to the fun, funky, and even edgy side of Arab culture.
Amal Maher is talkin' to the hand 'cause Egypt's ears ain't listenin' after she got the Revolutionary shun. Music for the soul, or music for a fight? Read up and you decide!