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Friday, August 23, 2019

Yara Zgheib

Guest Writer / Author

Latest Articles

Baskinta on the Writers’ Trail

“I am the son of the road, my country is a caravan and my life is the most unexpected of voyages. I belong to Earth and to...

An Interview with Emerging Lebanese Designer, Rouba El Murr

When she was 7, Rouba el Murr did not play dress up with her mother’s clothes; she painted on them and cut out the fabric to...

Meet Jay Hajj: A Lebanese-American Award-Winner Chef from Boston

Photos by: Ken Goodman Lebanese-American Jay Hajj revived Mike’s City Diner, a place where you can taste the best falafel’s in Boston and his award-winning...

Not Just a Selfie Backdrop! Exploring Beirut with Walking Tours

In 17th century Europe, young, affluent, educated men would pack their trunks of Oxford shoes and tweed jackets, and go on a grand tour...

Anfeh: A Day in White and Blue

Photos by: Claudia Matta The sea is glistening to my left. The sun is in my eyes. Still 10 a.m. but already too bright and...

Yasmina Sabbah: Living and Loving Music, A Young Maestra Makes Her Mark

Her mother was a music teacher; she grew up surrounded by it. Yasmina Sabbah’s childhood was one of piano, flute and singing lessons. She...

LETTERS FROM A SUITCASE

Letters to Beirut from a young expatriate. Li Beirut, It seems only natural that my first letter be addressed to you. After all, you were there at...

Dining in the Dark

Accepting an invitation to dine in the dark gives the writer new insight. Article by: Yara Zgheib Where is the salt? First question of many that catapults...

Playing Tourist in Beirut

Yara Zgheib shares her experience of playing tourist in Beirut. Article by: Yara Zgheib Winter in Beirut means early orange sunsets and crisp air blowing east...

Let’s Meet – Linaltaki

  One summer afternoon in 2001, 11 years after the end of the Civil War, two women met over a cup of tea in a...