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Thursday, April 25, 2019
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Arm Wrestling: The People’s Sport

Arm wrestling isn’t just the trivial kids' play seen in middle school for generations. An Egyptian painting traces the sport back to 2000 B.C. Have you ever arm wrestled? Most people would say they have...
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The Briq: The Cultural Symbol of Lebanon – Tradition, Health and Sustainable Practice

Exclusive photoshoot for HOME Magazine by Zakaria Rakha The iconic natural symbol of Lebanon is clearly the cedar, best reflected in its central position on the Lebanese flag. While other countries have cedars, none of...
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Little Reed: A Lebanese HOME to Donkey Therapy

Little Reed and its team of donkey therapists are helping rewire neurology and instill confidence, enhancing the lives of children with learning difficulties and physical disabilities. Nested among the pine trees of Qsaybeh, meaning “Little Reed” in Arabic, and named after its tiny village, Little Reed stands on...
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Ramy Boutros: Designing Spaces His Way

With a client portfolio that spans some of the most well-known hospitality brands and restaurants in Lebanon and the Gulf region (Em Sherif, Villa Clara, Numero Six, Fred Bistro and Kateh, to name a...
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The Daouks: Leaders in Lebanon’s Industrial, Commercial, Political, Educational and Social Development

Photos from the family archives collection of Khaled Daouk Arrival in Lebanon In researching articles on Lebanese families for HOME, it has been fascinating to discover the origins of these families—from such diverse places in the...