Image 1 of 12: Artiste Dominique Hourani and her dance troupe enchant their audience at Casino du Liban in Jounieh, North of Beirut.
Image 1 of 12: Lebanese singer Joseph Atiyah appears on stage to a sell-out audience at the Bcharre Festival in North Lebanon.
Image 1 of 12: Christina Sawaya comes out in support for the "My Nationality--My Right" campaign, which promotes Lebanese women's right to pass citizenship to their children.
Image 1 of 12: After a 4-month stint in America during which she was married, Lebanese singer Rita Butros returned to Lebanon to shoot her new music video, Lamouni.
Image 1 of 12: Film-maker, Jamal Suliman, appears on Syrian streets in an innovative form: "Windows to the Soul" is a continuous broadcast of a documentary on Syrian heritage which is shown on public displays in Syrian streets.
Image 1 of 12: Dominique Hourrani--see slide one--following the Hasbaya Festivals: A trip to the shrine of the Prophet Ezekiel and to the Wazzani Castle in South Lebanon.
Image 1 of 12: Vivian Murad works with fellow-star Moin Sharif to pull off a hugely successful concert in the southern Lebanese village of Jezzine.
Image 1 of 12: After success in the first season, comedic actor Sameer Ghanem announces that he will be taking part in Season 2 of his hit show,
"Lost and Hopeless" or "Saaeen Daaeen".
Image 1 of 12: Melhem Zein on-stage in front of a 4,000-strong audience, from all over Lebanon, at the historic Fakra Castle.
Image 1 of 12: Singer Ehab Tawfik, Producer Wael Gharyani and Composer Ashraf Salem celebrate their new album of religious chants.
Image 1 of 12: Rami Ayyash sings at the Baysour Festival, before a crowd of 10,000 fans. The festival was sponsored by Lebanese Cabinet Minister, Ghazi Aridi.
Image 1 of 12: Lebanese mega-celebrity Ragheb Alama was the biggest on-stage hit at the Dhour Choueir festival at the end of this summer,
where the Arab tourists were thrilled to see him.