Etyen opens up about running digital label Thawra Records, the shortcomings of the local music industry, and some of his favorite projects.
“The Sea Ahead” leaves a remarkable trace, evoking familiar feelings in us without much dialogue or action.
The harsh economic circumstances that Lebanon is experiencing renders access to information about breast cancer somewhat difficult.
In his first single, paō reflects on his death anxiety. Deceivingly upbeat, the song from the persevering Lebanese musician sees...
"Who Killed Youssef Beidas?" transforms love into a commodity and reflects on today’s economic collapse by looking to the past.
Lebanese Jazz musicians Charbel and Abdo Sawma are Beirut Today's guests for episode two of Quickfire Questions.
Lebanese all-woman dance troupe Mayyas mesmerized the judges and audience in America's Got Talent with their synchronized movements.
Musicians talk to us about what Beirut Jam Sessions means to them on the music platform's 10th anniversary.
Lightyear is banned in Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, the UAE, Oman, and Kuwait because of a scene where two women kiss.
Yasmine Rifaii from Haven for Artists is Beirut Today's guest on Quickfire Questions, a new podcast on all things arts & culture in Lebanon.