April 26, 2011
On a cultural habit of withholding bad news from our loved ones to protect them;The region's political dramas are heating up and inching closer to the heart of the Levant and the Greater Syria sphere.
April 25, 2011
Quotes from a Financial Time article on some Lebanese wine experts, Mac users versus PC users and their character traits, a British treat of an interview between two famous celebrities on 'celebrity'.
Surfing online is sapping your environment, Jordan could join the Gulf States in the GCC, and Palestine continues to name things after the Italian hero Vitorrio.
April 24, 2011
A newly wed compares the now to the before, probing into the Armenian Genocide at Easter, and What's all the Social Media nonsense really about?
Easter treats, musings from a thirty something, and a Lebanese tale of immigration and tracing the roots.
April 23, 2011
All things banned in free-spirit Lebanon, stressed out in the region, football is not life- an appeal to footballers to tone it down,TEDxRamallah continues to spin tales, and marking death in theater.
April 21, 2011
Keeping it real, a reminder that real life at odds with our romantic notions, European lunch breaks in the park applied to the ME, Amman Tech Tuesdays event, a review of best Arab propaganda.
The right to guns, the right to niqabs, taking a break from a relationship with the city of Beirut.
Tackling the renewal cycle and cleaning up your act come Spring, coordinating your attire to the brand, and a poll of Beirutis on their take on the larger picture.
April 20, 2011
Lebanese brides should should not have their thunder stolen by female guests? Don't forget Lebanese politics, a new sparky Jordanian mag on the scene, and ingredients of a successful relationship.
April 19, 2011
Arabs abroad snap up obese people, blondes, and the rest of this list, time and time again, says an observer, a Yemen woman shares her thoughts on single sex protesting, and hashtags in advertising.
Tracking our Levantine iPhonographer capturing Damascus to Amman, the low-down on TED as it visits Abu Dhabi, buying cheaper property in Lebanon, Syrian comedy, an outside-inside view of Revolutio
April 18, 2011
Walking as an alternative to intense spot of running can not only be gentler on limbs but effective, racism from Israel not just toward Palestinians, Yemen leader split on women, Amman's street-life.
How to date in Beirut and avoid the pitfalls, Vintage shopping in Cairo cam turn your home into a laughing-stock, Sufiism, Social Media, the woman everyone's talking about- Suad Amiry at TED.
A lot of Arabs found the Gene Sharp theory patronizing, this idea bandied about early in the Rev, that an American thesis had been borrowed by the uprising. Each revolution has its own playing field.