Day-trip to Byblos. (Rabail Habib, 10 July 2019)
International UWC camp unites young people around the Mediterranean

An international camp boosting intercultural dialogue gathered talented young people from around the world in the Lebanese village of Laqlouq.

Mashrou' Leila poster for the Byblos International Festival.
People Are Threatening Mashrou’ Leila with Bullets Before Their Concert At the Byblos International Festival

They’re also calling for the cancellation of Mashrou’ Leila’s concert for a song that “insults religion” but was released four years ago.

Disused train and car against a Beirut map backdrop (By Cynthia Nahhas)
Toot Toot A’ Beirut: The Past and Present of Lebanese Public Transportation

If our public transportation systems were regularly updated and maintained, residents might begin to use them by want rather than need.

Protesting the Bisri Dam (ejatlas.org)
The Bisri Dam Project in Lebanon is a “Ticking Atomic Bomb”

Despite the benefits that the CDR is promising from the Bisri Dam project, environmental activists are not convinced and for good reason.

This Inspirational Space Is Making Music Accessible In Beirut

From gigs for seniors in Lebanon to lessons for talented kids who can’t afford them,.

La Mer Patrie (Sandra Abdelbaki)
Intimacy and War in Palestine: La Mer Patrie invites you to examine two extremes

Fouad Elkoury and Jeremy Peacock translate their long-present, feverish interest in photographing war into an exhibition.

Quickfire Questions With Lewis OfMan and Melina Leblanc

Before their Beirut Jam Sessions performance, French electronic musicians Lewis OfMan and Milena Leblanc spilled.

LebMASH's Executive Director Souad Al Challah (left) and "Break The Silence" winner Johnny Zakhour.
Do Lebanon’s Future Doctors Accept the LGBTQ+ Community? LebMASH BTS Winner Explores

Does the LGBTQ+ community in Lebanon trust healthcare providers? Do future doctors accept queer patients?

Toxic Masculinity’s Take on Online Gaming

Online multiplayer games that need teamwork, voice chats, and other forms of interaction between players have made way for a toxic atmosphere of harassment and misogyny.

Map showing pollution levels on the Lebanese coastline
Where is it safe to swim in Lebanon?

Breaking down which beaches to go to and to avoid this summer in Lebanon, according to new research from the National Center for Marine Sciences.