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If I were able to shed a tear at that moment, I would have. But I wasn’t and I didn’t even though I could see droplets glimmering on the cheeks of the wandering visitors who were gazing at the past, perfectly hanging on the wall. 214 more words

The Best Armenian Restaurant in Badaro!

Badaro is a residential neighbourhood that was planned in the 1950’s, which was the epicenter of the swinging 60’s of Beirut before the civil war. After 15 years of civil war, and several turbulent years later Badaro is reviving again. 585 more words


Twice displaced: Leaving Yarmouk Camp behind

Last month I had the chance to speak to a family about their experiences of fleeing Yarmouk camp in Damascus, which until recently has acted as capital for the Palestinian diaspora but is now a byword for the violence that continues to engulf Syria. 939 more words

Thin Hair Tips

Hello everyone.

On today’s post I decided to give some of the tips that I use daily on my freakingly -sometimes annoyingly- thin hair. Maybe it will help you too. 559 more words



I am always looking for events to attend, so today was the first day of the 2 days spring festival in Makdessi Street, so I wanted to wear my short overalls! 65 more words


Sfeir Semler - Gallery 3010 

I have visited Sfeir-Semler gallery for the first time during Gallery 3010 show opening, which was an event to celebrate the exhibition’s 30th anniversary of Sfeir-Semler Germany and its 10th anniversary for Beirut’s branch! 51 more words