Metropolis, home to local film festivals and independent movie screenings, announced its indefinite closure in January due to financial difficulties.
“Normative social categories can be disrupted through everyday performances of resistance.”
The time has come for us to rid ourselves of our island overlord, Tom Nook.
Nothing’s easy about being stuck in quarantine, but these local (well, sometimes regional) tunes might.
LGBTQ+ realities in Lebanon are so disparate that it is both one of the most liberal countries in the Arab World & one where human rights are stagnating.
“Any time one of these places suffer, we all suffer as a community and that’s why we all work together to keep them afloat and keep ourselves afloat.”
The Beirut municipality granted the owner of the famous St. Georges Hotel a license to renovate the damaged landmark after decades of dispute with Solidere.
Understanding how communities endure political violence helps us understand the dynamic possibilities for growth within and post adverse times.
From highways to proactivity, people in Lebanon have taken back their essential right to exist in open, free, and accessible public spaces.