This is the headline story that grabbed my attention at the newsstand last week: “Amal’s Very Modern Marriage Pact: How She’s Rewriting The Hollywood...
Helloo? Is anyone listening?
Another week, another action-packed series of rousing demonstrations and protests. Never a dull moment, is there?
What’s the best way to stop someone pushing you around?
How do you fix a broken country like Lebanon?
Is it just me or is there a whiff of change in the air? Despite the much anticipated tourist influx and summer distractions, the vibe this season feels less:...
Who needs Botox, dieting or exercise to feel young, fresh and nimble?
Here in Lebanon nothing draws a crowd like food, fun and catastrophe.
Sniff, sniff. Cough, cough. Ahem … please excuse me while I choke. A stinky whiff lingers.
As the old saying goes, “you are what you eat,” which might explain why – post-Eid – I’ve acquired a partial resemblance to a walking, talking znoud al-sitt....
School’s out for the summer but schoolyard antics are still going strong as far as Lebanese parliament is concerned.
I was ripped off last week, hustled into buying overpriced goods I really didn’t want or need. Did it bother me? Not a bit.
Have you noticed how it’s always the noisiest people in the room, who have the least interesting things to say?
“A truly rich man, is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty.”
Another summer, another virus.
Where is everybody?
In a dangerous, corrupt and fast-paced world we rely on sophisticated intelligence services for protection.
Hola! Am I imagining things or are the Lebanese enjoying a Mexican moment?
If the rumors are to be believed, Lebanon’s up for grabs.
If the extraordinary love bombing enjoyed by Salma Hayek during her visit to Lebanon isn’t proof enough that the country’s suffering from visitor withdrawal...