The Lebanese Movie Awards: Believing in the Magic of Local Cinema

Three smiling men in black suits and a woman in a black dress

Team of Capernaum with LMAs founder Emilio Eid left to right: Pierre Sarraf, Khaled Mouzanar, Nadine Labake, Emilio Eid Photos by Alain Francis and Celine Dagher An award ceremony that rolls out the red carpet for HOMEgrown talent The who’s who of the Lebanese movie scene graced the Casino du Liban in their most dazzling […]

Malouf and Therese Abraham Create an Art Legacy in the Texas Panhandle

Old man woman in front of wooden table

Therese and Malouf Abraham with inlaid wooden table from Lebanon and Norman Rockwell’s painting First Day of School Lebanese-American and his wife donate their unique HOME and art collection to share their love of art with a Texas community. Tucked away in the little town of Canadian in the Texas Panhandle is the Citadelle, a very special […]

HOME Visits: The Rich Legacy of Ghazir

  The narrow and jagged coastline of Lebanon, rising from small fishing villages up steep, green mountains, has given Lebanon its special character. It has attracted settlers, refugees and conquerors through the ages – and Ghazir, a town 27 km (17 miles) north of Beirut, has seen them all. According to Anis Freiha’s book Names […]

Anthony Nakhle: Dancing His Way to the Top

  “Dancing is poetry with arms and legs.” Charles Baudelaire After 13 years of passion, dedication, and perseverance, Anthony Nakhle is a living example of dream chasing. HOME sat with Anthony to dig into his past journey and explore his future projects. Article by: Sandra El Hajj Anthony, how long have you been dancing? I […]