An-Nahar: Where History Lives

Photo essay by Aia Dakdouk and Sandra Whitehead An-Nahar, one of Lebanon’s most influential daily newspapers, is 85 years old. It is considered Lebanon’s “paper of record.” American- British author and journalist Charles Glass, who specializes in the Middle East, called An-Nahar “Lebanon’s New York Times.” Its archives’ tagline is: “The memory of Lebanon and the Arab world since […]

Daou: California Wine With A Hint Of Lebanon

  As a result of civil unrest in Lebanon in 1975, the Daou brothers immigrated to safer grounds in pursuit of their dreams. Upon their journey they discovered a passion for wine, and so their story begins… Article by: Nyri Achadjian Photos by: Charles Roberts Your arrival at DAOU Mountain begins with a grand ascension […]