July 2, 2014
In light of Lebanon’s recent spate of bombings, raids and clashes, you might assume British soul singer Joss Stone was a bit nervous when she flew into Beirut Tuesday night, but she got her game face on and made her way there.
The 29th Jerash Festival for Culture and Arts was a grand slam success with A-list stars storming the stage and fans that followed them to the Roman city.
July 1, 2014
The recent political remarks made by Egyptian actor Amro Waked, which many had opposed, have negatively impacted his latest television drama “Ahil Iskandaria” (the People of Alexandria).
After claiming that filming the episode nearly cost her her life, Egyptian actress Athar Al Hakim won a lawsuit against the prank show “Ramiz Qirsh Al Bahr” (Ramiz Shark of the Sea) .
The Lebanese diva's "Words on Papers" season has commenced, and she wants to know what you think, assuming it's positive, of course.
As can be expected, Syria’s once-proud television drama and comedy industry continues to decline. This season, the few shows that exist are not as well done as years before the crisis began.
Haifa Wehbe and Myriam Fares are both making their TV drama debuts this Ramadan, but their characters have already been criticised for being way way too similar!
Poor Lebanese singer Qamar almost got killed this week. Why would anyone want her dead?
Pascale Machaalani was set to host her annual concert in Tunisia, when something horrific forced her to cancel.
Rumor has it that Janet Jackson is fasting this Ramadan!
As Muslims focus on their faith, classic Christian-background songstress Fayrouz released a music video, paying tribute to her late hubby
Muslims might be fasting and all that jazz, but some deem the Ramadan dramas promote decadence instead.
June 30, 2014
Amy Samir Ghanem is working with comedian Ahmed Helmy on a new "psychological" project this Ramadan.
"His Excellency" cost the most money of any Egyptian drama to make this Ramadan, but it's getting high viewership as well.
Between 9 and 24 July, the Cairo Opera House will hold a series of Ramadan evenings at the Open Air Theatre featuring Egyptian musicians as well as troupes from Sudan and Indonesia.