LIVE MUSIC IS THRIVING IN LEBANON

a band with 3 guys holding their guitars and a girl in the middle standing behind a microphone with her hand over her curly hair and the head of people looking at them

  In Mar Mikhael the streets are teeming with cars either double parked or honking, as the drivers try to fit through the tight lanes around Armenia Street while barely avoiding the people walking by on the overcrowded sidewalks in this charismatic Beirut neighborhood. Between the pubs and restaurants blasting pop songs or acoustic musicians […]

Harry Nadjarian: Chairman of Industrial Motor Power Corporation

Photo by: Arka Photography How the chairman of one of the largest privately held industrial power equipment trading companies in the world puts Lebanon first. At first glance, Harry Nadjarian’s corner office verifies the most curious conjectures of the popular imagination: impeccable floor-to-ceiling glass windows, coveted views, a seemingly endless adornment of accolades, and official […]

Bed and Breakfast: Showcasing the Authentic Lebanon

  The provision of Bed & Breakfast is a rising trend in Lebanon. It offers tourists, or even locals, a glimpse of the country’s exceptional culinary, historical and social heritage. Photos by: Natheer Halawani, Diaa Arfan, Rene Schulthoff, Leia Gorra and Paul Gorra, One of the most unique things about Lebanon is its distinct human […]

Finding Their Voice: Lebanese Youth Create Vibrant Spoken Word Poetry Scene

  Spoken word poetry has taken a foothold in Lebanon, where a growing number of young people are embracing its soul-baring, truth-telling qualities. Photo  by: Nadim Kamel Under the stars, on Rafik Hariri University’s green, in front of friends and strangers, Dana Seif stepped onto the stage. She felt a tightness in her throat and […]

Visiting Lebanon Through A Greek Lens

  Iro Pagona loves traveling; she has fallen in love with the “wandering” process. Iro’s heart beats fast with every step that she takes in a new place. When she visited Lebanon, Iro was experiencing the country through her Greek photo lens. Photos by: Iro Pagona “I visited Lebanon with my family, to experience a […]

Deghri ECO-FRIENDLY

DEGHRI MESSENGERS TO YOUR DOOR Let’s say you need to deliver a set of keys to someone who is trapped outside while you are stuck at work. Or perhaps you need to deliver a cheque payment and the due date is today. Well, there is no need to sweat if you can’t manage to do […]