The New Year has rounded off a beautiful holiday season in Lebanon and things hit a high note after National Geographic named Beirut a top international destination for its end-of-year celebrations.
In 2009 art historian Gregory Buchakjian began photographing crumbling Beirut buildings hoping to preserve some part of them before they vanished. His hobby eventually became a decade-long obsession.
If you’re looking for a reinvigorating experience, then look no further because this new opening will have you feeling like a new person.
In celebration of Lebanon’s Independence Day, here are some images to make you feel proud of our beautiful nation.
From a chocolate fashion show to faraway escapes, this weekend is bound to be wild. Check out our selection of events. SALON DU CHOCOLAT BEIRUT When: 8-10 November Where: Seaside Arena Celebrating…
Fashion and chocolate are two things that have always been associated to the world of luxury, but there have been few occasions where they have collided.
Beirut Art Film Festival (BAFF) is back for its fourth edition this November, with a varied program of films and documentaries catering to lovers of art and culture. Here are five things to get excited.
The sixth annual Fall Trek ended on a high on 28 October after 16 days of hiking the Lebanon Mountain Trail.
With only a few days left before STUDIOCUR/Art’s exhibition Cycles of Collapsing Progress closes, curator Karina El Helou reflects on the attention the show has brought to the Rashid Karami International Fair and to Tripoli.
Lebanon is getting ready to welcome the third edition of Whisky Live Beirut, from 18-20 October 2018, to its new location: Seaside Pavilion.