In the days following the explosion at the port of Beirut, Lebanese-British businessman Eddie El Lamaa decided to raise money for the Lebanese Red Cross by cycling 4,200 kilometers from London to Beirut. We learn more about his 40-day adventure and what kept him going.
Lebanese actor and producer Wissam Saliba may be a familiar face on the big screen, but it is in the mountainous village of Mejdel that he feels most at home. We learn about how his career took him from Lebanon to Los Angeles and his hopes for the country.
Who can forget Baalbeck International Festival’s magical offering this summer. We speak to Dr. Harout Fazlian, principle conductor of the Lebanese Philarmonic Orchestra, to hear more about the special performance that united audiences around the world.
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.
Anita Papas, clinical psychologist and author of the best-selling books, explores the psychological effect of the Beirut explosion on our collective minds.
With bold patterns, vibrant colors and retro pop-art imagery, Lebanese designer Rana Salam’s work is hard to miss.
Acclaimed journalist Carla Henoud has been writing for Lebanon’s only French-language newspaper, L’Orient Le Jour, for over twenty years. We learn more about her career and her book in this exclusive interview.
Trial bike world champion Kenny Belaey is no stranger to Lebanon. In fact, the Belgian Red Bull athlete recently completed the spectacular Lebanon Mountain Trail, cycling from north to south.
Nada Debs is an internationally acclaimed conceptual designer known for her multidisciplinary design creations.
Lebanon isn’t short on musical talent, even the heavy metal kind. We go backstage with JP Haddad, founder, vocalist and guitarist of KIMAERA, to learn more about the metal scene at home and abroad.