Star News And Gossip
November 12, 2012
Since the Selena-Justin break-up happened last week, and given that it's a long way from May 2013 when Bieber fever breaks out in Dubai, we can't promise that the multiple EMA winner will be 'eligible' by the time he gets to the Middle East.
The legendary Riad El-Sonbaty is among the stars at the Arab Festival of Music staged at Cairo's famous opera house.
Underground bands says they don't want formal IDs to keep them from being 'alternative'.
The breakthrough Moroccan singer says he'll be like "a kid in a circus" when he attends the MTV European music awards.
Nihal Wahby's first solo exhibition gets to grips with freedom, revolution and the unexpected.
While Taylor Swift cleaned up at the awards ceremony, Justin Bieber was less than popular when he won 'Best Male.'
November 11, 2012
On a London stage, Shakespeare's literary classic Henry V is set in modern-day Palestine and portrays the contemporary aspirations of Arabs to shape a brighter future.
Masrah al-Madina's latest EU-sponsored exhibit 'The View from the Ground', takes a look at education in Lebanon's Palestinian refugee camps.
The Syrian actress says she can't make it to Jordan because of the chaos in her country, despite being nominated for an award.
Lebanese singer Carol Saqr has put herself forward as a candidate for the upcoming parliamentary elections.
Sandance has done it again and has emerged as a serious contender for the place to be on New Year’s Eve as Rita Ora is added to the line-up.
The gravel-voiced singer returns to Dubai after a sell-out debut performance.
Just weeks after packing in her career, reports have emerged that legendary Egyptian actress Madiha Yousri has been admitted to hospital.
Tunisian singer Latifa is set for an explosive musical comeback in the new year that's sure to get her Egyptian fans excited for 2013.
Some of Morocco’s young rappers are using their music to show support for the country’s ruling party, espouse family values, and encourage female modesty. It’s called “Halal rap,” but can it even be considered rap at all?