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Thursday, October 18, 2018

The Beirut of Europe

Last week I was in Paris, walking near the Champs-Élysées, and suddenly I heard a familiar tune blaring on loudspeakers. I veered off my path to get closer. It was unmistakable. The Lebanese national...

Photographer Andrea Shaker Explores Her Ancestral HOME

Photo by: Lama S. Riman In the small town in New England, U.S.A., where Lebanese-American artist Andrea Shaker grew up, the local fire station tested its alarms at noon. “We lived across the street from...

USEK (Holy Spirit University of Kaslik) Library: Where the Past Meets the Future

Holy Spirit University of Kaslik’s library preserves and displays Lebanon’s past in a modern, casual atmosphere. In the reading room of the library at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik, a private Catholic university more...

Secrets of Accidental Chef Nancy Abirached Zarzur

Although she never stepped foot in a culinary school, Nancy Abirached Zarzur is gaining a reputation in greater Sydney as an excellent chef. In 2004, Zarzur and her husband, Raffic Faraj, bought a run-down Lebanese...

Meghli: An Almighty Treat

Lebanon’s traditions and customs reflect the richness and generosity of a sophisticated HOMEland often linked to community festivities, values of hospitality, intercultural heritage and a culinary ritual celebrated on every occasion. Photo by: Serge Oryan Festive...