on Dec 28, 2012 By Angie Nassar, Alaa Enzawi
Last January, Lebanon’s first outdoor ice skating rink was erected in the heart of downtown Beirut, marking a truly unforgettable winter experience for the community.
He’s the king of comedy and it seems people just can’t get enough of Nemr Abou Nassar’s stand up act. Back in February, he wowed the crowd at the Bronx.
By March, Hamra’s Metro Madina theatre solidified itself as the go-to venue for live music, dance and undeniable entertainment. Here, actors performed in the “Flaming Agent and the Double Dancer” cabaret show.
In April, American singer-songwriter Kelis had the crowd hooked for Whisky Misk's Reshuffled Saturdays series.
The Beirut Waterfront turned into an impromptu skate park in May during an event held by the Lebanese Skateboarding Association and Solidere.
It was a British invasion at ABC Mall in June as British Ambassador to Lebanon Thomas Fletcher kicked off the Great British Week at ABC.
The sun was hot and the girls were hotter at Edde Sands for this swimwear fashion show on the beach.
The summer of 2012 was all about boat parties, and the crew from Overrated held one of the season's most epic sea bashes.
The Coop D’Etat bar at Saifi Urban Gardens celebrated its second anniversary in September as one of the chilliest rooftop hangouts in Gemmayzeh.
October marked the opening of the SHARE Beirut conference, a counterculture festival for activists, geeks and grassroots peeps.
The rain didn’t stop Lebanese from hitting the pavement in November for the annual Beirut Marathon.
Brit Floyd, the world's most recognized Pink Floyd tribute band, performed their latest show, “A Foot in the Door,” in front of a packed crowd at BIEL.
The year is almost over, so let’s reminisce.
Here’s a month-by-month look back at some of the most memorable moments in arts and entertainment as remembered in photographs taken by our resident photog, Alaa Enzawi.
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