On March 1st, expect some magic at GardenState as Adam Naas takes the stage for the first time in Beirut. Light FM productions in collaboration with Beirut Jam Sessions are at it again, they promised and they delivered! Their second live act this year is the french singer songwriter sensation Adam Naas. Check out our interview with him below. More info …
“Everybody should come here. Everyone should see how complicated, how deeply troubled, and yet at the same time beautiful and awesome the world can be [..] In spite of everything, I love it here.”
Watch Anthony Bourdain’s videos from the field as he discovers Beirut, its food, its people.
For all those who live abroad, here’s a little something to stay connected with Lebanon!
Koullouna is a monthly subscription box filled with Lebanese products, a taste of home delivered right at your door. Through small donations, the subscription will also be a way to support local initiatives that have a positive impact on the country.
Experience Lebanon in a box! Bravo Marielle and your team, what a great concept.
If you wish to contribute and get your own awesome -home away from home- box, here is the link to their crowdfunding campaign.
The cities of Zahle and Tuscon (Arizona) have been designated UNESCO Cities of Gastronomy.
Check out this interesting article to know more about the uncanny similarities between the two!
For the first time, the legendary Dakar Rally will feature a Lebanese team!! Jad Comair and Antoine Iskandar are going to participate in this race in January 2018.
Follow the Rally Dakar Lebanon Team and be part of their #BeTheDrive national charity campaign by helping them raise funds for Anta Akhi, an NGO that helps adults who suffer from physical and mental disabilities.
The Lebanese Flag will be waving from Lima (Peru) to Cordoba (Argentina)!
Watch the video of their campaign here.
Here is the latest from the talented and witty sister duo Michelle & Noel Keserwany! Would Romeo & Juliet survive modern social networks? #Belghalat #Instalove #MichelleAndNoelKeserwany #RomeoandJuliet
An important historical relic from the Temple of Eshmun in Sidon, the 2,300-year-old marble sculpture of a bull’s head, which was stolen in 1981, will be returned to Lebanon after a long judicial dispute.
Read more in this article from the New York Times.