May 7, 2014
Between 8 and 11 May, Zawya in downtown Cairo will screen films by renowned Syrian director Mohamed Malas.
We loved them in the 90s, and now the Backstreet Boys will be with world tour "In a world like this" bringing them to Israel's Ra'anana amphitheater this summer.
Spike TV is going to air an exciting new miniseries on the mysterious King Tutankhamun in 2015.
There might be a glimmer of hope for Haifa Wehbe's "Halawet Rouh" in Egypt after all!
Now that his baby with second wife Ikhlas is on the scene, the Tunisian songster has to make sure the children from his previous marriage feel loved equally.
Known to be a prankster, George Clooney had to ask Amal Alamuddin to marry him twice because she thought it was all a big joke at first.
Emirati Diva Ahlam posted a series of pix showing off her brand new look.
A grieving Mohamed Hamaki posted a sweet eulogy for his late father this week.
Greg Churchouse from Scouting for Girls talks about his breezy pop group’s ascent to the major league before their Sandance set.
May 6, 2014
Ghada Abdel Razek is rumored to have turned down a starring role in a controversial film because of fear it will have the same fate as Haifa Wehbe's banned film "Beauty of the Soul."
Egypt's tourism industry needs all the help it can get, and Cyrine Abdel Nour was happy to do her singing part.
Carole Samaha sent out a social media thanks to her fans for making her the winner of "Best Music Video" from the Middle Eastern Music Awards.
Syrian actress Sulaf Fawakherji recently hit up a group wedding in her homeland where the Syrian army soldiers said their vows to ladies that support their sacrifices.
Snicker your way into summer with this month’s Laughter Factory tour, with three comedians from London’s Comedy Store lightening the mood on May 7.
Madeleine Matar managed to escape the poisonous bite of a large snake this week.