French Montana announced today that he is partnering with Global Citizen, furthering the rapper’s recent philanthropic endeavors. Since March, Montana has been advocating for maternal and children’s healthcare following a trip to Kampala, Uganda to shoot the video for “Unforgettable.” To read more, click here.
A man reportedly shot his friend on Monday for paying his bill after they had soup in an Istanbul restaurant. İdris...
Come the month of May and Abu Dhabi will showcase select films from across the Arab world and beyond, a broad spectrum...
Nine years ago, I moved from New York to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates. I stayed for two years,...
He may be the Crown Prince of Dubai, but Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum (more commonly known as “Fazza”) is certainly the king of Instagram. To read more, click here.Read more ›
If your idea of a university librarian is someone who spends days among books and manuscripts in a dimly lit, hidden alcove, think again. Imagine someone with three degrees who is proficient in six diverse languages (and can get by in several more), has traveled six of the world’s seven […]Read more ›
Qatari investors own more property in the capital than the Mayor of London’s office and three times more than the Queen, according to new data seen by The Telegraph. To read more, click here.Read more ›
The annual BBC Arabic Film Festival is a combination of two elements: firstly, a competition in which newcomer directors compete with one another to win the much-sought after accolade for best film. Secondly it is a showcase of talent as directors seek to provide insight into the maelstrom of the Middle […]Read more ›
In the Gulf, though, users have hit a problem: There are no Arab emojis – unless you count a generic turban-wearing guy, who could equally be a Sikh. Keen to fill the void, two Dubai-based friends have launched an app starring shisha smokers, belly dancers and 200 other playful characters. […]Read more ›
Could Dubai be the first place in the Middle East to get a Michelin guide? That’s the rumor going around — and it was started by none other than Michael Ellis, international director of the Michelin Guide. To read more, click here.Read more ›