Tom Young is no stranger to Lebanon. Having spent more than a decade living and working in Beirut, the respected British artist has developed a deep emotional connection to the country. We learn more about his journey through his incredibly moving and inspiring works of art.
Religious anthropologist, researcher and founder of NEOS Tourism consultancy Nour Farra-Haddad takes us to a century-old pilgrimage site in Beirut to remember the victims of the 4 August blast and to say a prayer of hope.
On 13 September, 40 days of mourning after the horrific blast that shook the Lebanese capital, Electronic Labor Day (ELD), Beatport ReConnect, together with the international electronic music community, will join forces to present “For Beirut.”
Beirut remains on our minds and in our hearts. Support local NGOs and initiatives in their efforts to bring comfort to those most affected by the explosion by making a purchase from this list.
The explosion at the port of Beirut had a massive impact on commercial property in the capital, especially on restaurants, bars and hotels. But in the face of adversity, Le Gray Beirut — one of the country’s most loved hotels — has made a big statement in the best way in knows how: through art. We speak to Rita Saad, director of marketing and sales, to learn more.
In this poignant visual reminder, photography enthusiast and Beirut resident Antonio Haber shares a collection of images taken before and after the explosion that changed our lives forever.
Nobody can resist a good sunset view, especially in summer. Roxane Fersane, chief concierge and guest experience manager of the Four Seasons Hotel Beirut, gives her top tips on where to watch the sun go down across Lebanon.
The lives of thousands of Lebanese citizens changed irrevocably on 4 August 2020 as a result of a massive explosion at the port of Beirut. We learn more about the work of Beb w Shebbek, a local NGO whose mission is to restore the doors and windows of damaged homes in the capital.
Anita Papas, clinical psychologist and author of the best-selling books, explores the psychological effect of the Beirut explosion on our collective minds.
The horrific tragedy that took place in Beirut on August 4 is one that has affected us all. If you want to help but don’t know where to start, here are some NGOs, associations and groups that need your support.