Dancer and choreographer Georgette Gebara was presented with the Lifetime Achievement Award by BIPOD, who paid tribute to her 50-year contribution to Lebanon’s dance scene.
Katya Traboulsi’s sculpture exhibition “Perpetual Identities” at the Saleh Barakat Gallery shows that beauty can survive even the darkest of times.
With bold patterns, vibrant colors and retro pop-art imagery, Lebanese designer Rana Salam’s work is hard to miss.
Celebrity chef and TV personality Joe Barza takes us around his beautiful hometown of Tyre in South Lebanon.
Beirut storyteller Ronnie Chatah has revived his popular walking tours, providing participants with a rare opportunity to delve into the country’s complex history.
MakeSense, a global community dedicated to supporting local entrepreneurs, hosted its second SenseCamp in Beirut (19-21 January) to discuss social issues affecting the country.
Maya Husseini, a stained-glass designer, has spent almost three decades creating intricate art. We take a closer look at her beautiful work.
Artist Layal Khawly may now live in Beirut and exhibit abroad, but she has never forgotten her childhood in her hometown of Chadra in Akkar.
“I love Lebanese heritage and built on that to create my latest collection” – we profile the golden world of jewelry through the eyes of designer Joanna Dahdah.
Lebanon is a subject close to Youssef el Khal’s heart. In an exclusive interview, he talks about his career, his family and his NGO.