Latest in Lebanon
The World’s Best 50 Bars is an annual listing that celebrates the best in the worldwide drinks industry. This year, a Lebanese bar joins the list.
Lebanese photographer Zeinab Khalifeh has won first place at the ninth edition of the”Moments” Photography Competition in Abu Dhabi.
For the first time ever, Pablo Picasso’s artworks are on show in Lebanon.
M de Noir was selected among the 25 best chocolatiers in the world at the renowned Salon du Chocolat Paris 2019. Founded by Lebanese native Maya Maalouf Kanaan, M de Noir offers an assortment of noble confections, including delicious chocolates.
Château Kefraya celebrates the launch of its 2017 vintage Les Bretèches wine with a special edition label by Lebanese artist Karen Klink.
The Lebanon Mountain Trail Association (LMTA) launched its seventh consecutive annual Fall Trek, a 16-day trek along the Lebanon Mountain Trail.
Swing dancing is a collection of dance forms that originated sometime between 1920 and 1940. It was initially inspired by swing music, a type of jazz music that was prevalent at the time.
From 10–12 October, Whisky Live Beirut is bringing the world’s best whiskies to the capital. We take a closer look at the show everyone’s talking about.
After a successful debut in Paris, “Minjara Editions” is hosting its first exhibition in Beirut.
We sit down with Guillaume Taslé d’Héliand, founder and director of Beirut Design Fair, to learn more about what to expect this year.