April 21-24: What's Happening Beirut?

A week has gone by, and there is much leisure to catch up on. De-stress with one (or more!) of these activities. The Great Outdoors Run with the Nike Running Club – Thursday 21, 6:30 PM...

 

April 14-17: What's Happening Beirut?

Despite the odd drop in temperature these past few days, life in the city keeps getting hotter. Here’s your list of must-see events this weekend: The Great Outdoors Free Happy Hour...

 

Lebanese Student Faces Off With Minister Of Interior Nouhad Al-Machnouk

Earlier this afternoon, during a speech about gender equality and women's rights given by Minister Nouhad Al-Machnouk, the official faced harsh criticism from one of the students in the crowd. The ...

 

18th Century Beirut Home In Danger Of Being Demolished

Across our offices in Hamra is a quaintly beautiful home with red shutters that may not be around for much longer.

 

Transexuals Now Legally Allowed To Change Genders In Lebanon

The Lebanese court of appeals has decided that a citizen can change his gender legally and officially.

 

5 Last Minute New Year's Eve Outfit Ideas

Running out of fashion inspiration for New Year’s Eve? We’ve got your back on this one. Here are five last minute outfits you can style using basic pieces from your everyday wardrobe while still...

 

One More Reason To Love Amal Alamuddin

As if the human rights lawyer needed more of our love and acclaim - she’s managed to win us over one more time. The renowned barrister has partnered up with the NGO

 

6 Ways To Avoid Weight Gain This Holiday Season

1. Don’t stress about it Stressing out about eating a few snacks or calorie-dense meals is the fastest way to ruining your holidays. You have to realize that you won’t cause any...

 

Amazing Christmas Events Happening Around Lebanon

Lebanon comes alive during the holiday season, which is why we’re encouraging you to go out and see the sights this Christmas! Dinner at home with friends and family is priceless, but we’ve put...

 

The Best Signs From the #YouStink Protest

Warning: the article below has crude language that is not suitable for children. Back in 2010, Lebanese people watched on their television screens as the Arab world took charge of its destiny and ...