Arts

Najm Anoujoum 2016, Damien Haifa

By: Sahar Mourad Anoujoum, Australia’s largest English/Arabic magazine hosted its first ‘ever’ Najm Anoujoum 2016 Competition. The event saw 10 finalists go up against each other in front of a crowd of 700+ people. Sahar Mourad caught up with winner, ...

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Born to be wild

Michel Zoghzgi During his recent visit to Lebanon, we had the chance to meet with this unique personality who wouldn’t hesitate to leave everything and spend the rest of his life in the wild. He is a businessman living in ...

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Secret Sketch Crawl Of Sydney!

Anyone can draw! Seriously, we all draw as kids, and then, somewhere along the way, most of us give it up , probably due to the fact that we gain a general awareness that our artistic creations are, comparatively, not ...

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Beirut…the oxygen for Syrian artists

For many Syrian artists Beirut has been a place to reconnect with their art and to get a respite from the violence tearing apart their homeland. In estimation, 80 to 85 percent of galleries and art venues in Damascus have ...

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The Atrocious Attacks On Sara Fasha SarahFasha @HotArabicMusic

Egyptian hate themselves or do they hate Sarah Fasha? She is one of their own who has grew up in the States, the kicker she served in the US Navy and now she is competing in beauty pageants and pursing ...

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