The bright side of Lebanon’s fashion scene

Courtesy Lara Khoury
Courtesy Lara Khoury
An article in CNN recently turns the spotlight onto some Lebanese fashion designers who are making big waves and headlines. This is definitely something bright for us to look up to. Raise your hands up for some of our country's most talented. Read more here... 

Beit Beirut’s doors are set to open at the end of 2015

photo by REUTERS/Jamal Saidi
photo by REUTERS/Jamal Saidi
A few years ago we were invited to attend a dance performance in the historic Barakat building, also known as the yellow house. It was eerie and amazing at the same time, quite difficult to describe. This historic building will become a museum, and is set to open it's doors to the public at the end of this year. We are anxiously looking forward to more projects like this one. Read the article here...

Weird architecture in Northern Lebanon

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Photo by: Gaia Squarci
When we were kids, we always heard about the village in Northern Lebanon that had weird looking houses. We never planned a visit, but we think the time is now. Laurence Cornet from Vice recently made a trip up there and wrote an interesting article about the village of Miziara and it's strange buildings. Read the article here.  

FREE museum action this Friday

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Bright things to do in Beirut come in many different forms, and to wrap up Francophone month, the cultural Ministry organized “The Night of the Museums” (Nuit des Musées) for the second year after last year’s success. More Museums across Lebanon agreed to open their doors for FREE at night, in other words, 10 museums will open from 5pm till 11pm. on Friday March 27. Read more...