February 9, 2014
Lovers of Lebanese superstar Ragheb Alama and starry-eyed Sherine Abdel Wahab fans can spend Valentine's Day with both in one location at the City Stars Hotel in Nasr City.
Here's a list of the best music, theater, films, and more going on in Cairo and Alexandria this week.
The highly anticipated return of Bassem Youssef was broadcast at last on Friday, February 7th on the privately owned MBC Misr channel.
February 8, 2014
After getting some heat for her scene wearing only a towel in last year's Ramadan drama "Good Mood", the Egyptian actress clears the air on her wardrobe choices and scenes selected by the director.
Algerian artist filming a Syrian dialect drama on location in Abu Dhabi. How's that for mixing up the region?!
An annual report by tview, which measures television audiences, shows that MBC channels are the most watched in the UAE and Arab world.
February 7, 2014
Kazem El Saher is slowly coming out of his shell after becoming judge on "The Voice" for the second year in a row.
February 6, 2014
Assi Helani has made a speedy recovery from his hip surgery and is able to walk again.
The legendary British singer Eric Clapton will be making his Bahrain debut this March.
The leading lady of his upcoming drama "Yasin" will also be sharing the spotlight with Tamer Hosny on stage in Washington D.C. on February 15 as the two conduct a concert for the US Capital.
A special Valentine's repertoire is yours for the listening this Sunday, February 9 in Alexandria and Monday February 10 in Damanhour thanks to the Alexandria Opera House String Orchestra and the Sweet Sound Band.
For fans bummed they didn't get their Rolling Stones tickets in time before they sold out, you now have cause for rejoicing because du Arena has been expanded, making more tickets available for purchase now!
The Ahmed Ezz-Zeina baby drama continues. Now he's claiming Zeina refused a DNA test! Uh, oh!
OMG! Bassem Youssef's controversial show "El Bernameg" is finally going back on air tomorrow on Saudi airwaves!
Neither depressing nor sad, but greatly realistic, "Villa 69" delivers us to the Nile where a dying man takes stock of his life.