Author: Laudy Issa
Interbellum’s Karl Mattar would much rather let his music speak for itself than sit for.
Statements from both the queer community in Lebanon and religious authorities called for its boycott, but for vastly different reasons.
Harsh criticism or reality?
That’s not all: Syrian refugees are actually filling some of the gaps in the Lebanese economy, as opposed to competing with the Lebanese workforce.
They’re also calling for the cancellation of Mashrou’ Leila’s concert for a song that “insults religion” but was released four years ago.
Does the LGBTQ+ community in Lebanon trust healthcare providers? Do future doctors accept queer patients?
We sat down with the co-founders of Beirut Jam Sessions for their seventh year anniversary.
Professors at the Lebanese University are on strike, demanding their rights from the government but putting the futures of students at risk. Students react:
France-based Camp Claude’s Diane Sagnier talks about Beirut and her electropop music in a round.