NSSF Scandal Shows the True Colors of Lebanese Government

Charges were filed by a national civil movement called UnitedForLebanon following the procurement of evidence and documents proving the embezzlement and misappropriation of funds.

Bitcoin and Cryptocurrencies: Safe Technology, Shaky Economics

The price of virtual coins is socially constructed by the purchases made on the market at a given point in time.

A Cat Café is opening in Beirut

In addition to having plant-based and ethical food options, the animals at the cafe will all be rescued stray cats, fostered from BETA’s shelter, and up for adoption.

What is Beirut to you?

We don’t live in a utopia, but we are at least entitled to decide what Beirut is, and what Beirut isn’t.

The Beirut Women Film Festival celebrates women in all their roles

With its “women empowerment” theme, the aim of this festival is to shed light on women in front of and behind the camera lens, as well as those who envision strong female characters.

Let’s Talk Language!

Beyond practicing and learning new languages, Let’s Talk Language also allows people from all over the world to meet and make cultural discoveries. 

Protesters demand amendment of Law 293 following women’s deaths

The KAFA protest is particularly significant in the context of the upcoming parliamentary elections, with many signs stating that their bearers will not be voting for “patriarchal ideology.”

Stink at Zouk

Debates on the origin of the trash have been sparked, and some officials stating that the garbage washed downstream from Nahr El Kalb, a recurring dumpsite since the outbreak of the crisis.

Secularism and Lebanese Politics: A Marriage Proposal Based on Empty Vows

Secularism as an ideology collides with various aspects of the existing sectarian order of Lebanon.

Book Launch: “Precarious Imaginaries of Beirut: A City’s Suspended Now”

Many describe Beirut as a “resurrected city” that has resurged from the ashes of a.