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Their song "Where the Wild Ones" is about the search for a place to channel the passion of "restless souls". It's beautiful and very moving, but it made me think of all the untapped potential of young talent in our country. Here in Lebanon, we've got nostalgic reminiscence down to a tee, but sadly the times we live in are a far cry from Lebanon's '50s and '60s "golden era" of Sabah, Wadih al-Safi, peace, prosperity and so forth. So how does all that knowledge about the lives of the bold and the beautiful generation actually help the young and restless find their own place in the world? The wish of the two sisters, owners and self-proclaimed nostalgic freaks, is to play a part in uncovering "the new old Lebanon". For young people like this, life is an optimistic journey toward a more hopeful future.
Whose life is it anyway?
Removing the blind spots
Putting the love back in Lebanon
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