Month: October 2014

Visiting the after life of 10 spooky places in Lebanon

This Halloween, not everything spooky is all ghosts and goblins. Sometimes, the most spine-tingling of places are those that have been left behind by the living, completely emptying them of human interaction. We sat down with Ad Achkar, a visual artist, who explored this sense of emptiness in his project God Bless Our Home, a series

Yazan, The name behind Beirut’s Walls

In the past decade Street Art, (a.k.a the art formerly known as graffiti) has developed not only to lose its stigma as mere vandalism, but to become a practice that has been celebrated the world over. Street artists such as Banksy have helped raise the stakes and with the advent of social media, we have

10 things that prove almonds are a Miracle Food

Almonds, Sure we’ve always known they’re good for us…good source of protein and all that – but it turns out, these little tear-shaped nuts are a lot more powerful than we ever believed. Almonds aren’t just healthy…they’re so good for you that they’ve gone way past superfood status and straight into gaining the title “miracle food”.

Breakfast at Soussi’s

As Beirut slowly loses its culinary landmarks, meet the cousins who are passionate about keeping theirs alive. In a world where creativity and technology are available at the tip of our fingers, we are easily consumed with the term “new.” Due to its presence in our everyday lives we are often blind to what is

Irresistible Bali

7 Days on the Island. There are very few places in the world that embody so much beauty, culture and spirituality all at once; There are very few places that are able to quench your wanderlust in just one week. Bali was an exploration of the senses, completely disconnecting us from the world we left