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  1. Coming in Cairo: Five Books, Five Emerging Authors

    Arablit.org - Lifestyle 04.27 / 06:21 arablit.org
    "The question seems timely. as writing workshops, led by different writers at different stages in their careers, have been booming all across Cairo.…
  2. Coming in Cairo: Five Books, Five Emerging Authors

    Arablit.org - Lifestyle 04.27 / 04:16 arablit.org
    "The question seems timely. as writing workshops, led by different writers at different stages in their careers, have been booming all across Cairo.…
  3. Slovenian women launches school for underprivileged village children

    Egyptindependent.com - Lifestyle 04.26 / 22:07 egyptindependent.com
    In a remote village by the Nile River called Bahrawa, a Slovenian women has launched a small alternative educational center called "Nile River School" for underprivileged children by creating a new inspiring educational space to fall alongside with their govermental education. The children will not learn only standard subjects, but also music, yoga, crochet, crafts, gardening and painting. Diana Sandor, known as "Didi", is passionate about education. She has a…
  4. ARO Welcomes Increase in Entries at Wolverhampton

    Horsereporter.com - Lifestyle 04.26 / 20:09 horsereporter.com
    Arabian race entries rise26 April 2017, UK ~ Following the close of entries at noon on 26 April, for the seasons’ opening fixture at Wolverhampton on 7 May, the Arabian Racing Organisation (ARO) saw a welcome rise in entries from the 2016 race day. With 79 individual horses making up the 90 entries across t…
  5. Hebrew Less Harsh, More Humored

    Tlv1.fm - Lifestyle 04.26 / 18:03 tlv1.fm
    Sometimes less is more: How to let your friends down easily when you just don't want to watch that movie with the word 'pahot'. The post Hebrew Less Harsh, More Humored appeared first on TLV1…
  6. Oscar-Winning 'Silence of the Lambs' Director Dies

    Naharnet.com - Lifestyle 04.26 / 16:30 naharnet.com
    Jonathan Demme, the Oscar-winning director of "The Silence of the Lambs" who also led Tom Hanks to an Oscar in "Philadelphia," died Wednesday in New York, his publicist said. He was 73. Born on Long Island in New York, Demme won an Academy Award in 1992 as best director of the thriller "The Silence of the Lambs" starring Anthony Hopkins and Jodi…
  7. In the Language of Kisses

    Tlv1.fm - Lifestyle 04.26 / 15:10 tlv1.fm
    Some say kissing is a universal language. But what about giving passionate smooches and pecks in Hebrew? The post In the Language of Kisses appeared first on TLV1…
  8. Winner of 2017 International Prize for Arabic Fiction: Previews Before Today’s Announcement

    Arablit.org - Lifestyle 04.26 / 12:38 arablit.org
    Binshatwan also said, "For my book I collected folkloric stories because formal history never mentioned slavery in Libya, actually marginalised…
  1. Cinemas, cultural venues suspend events, declare period of mourning

    Egyptindependent.com - TV&Movies 04.26 / 13:12 egyptindependent.com
    Culture Ministry has declared a period of mourning in the wake of the church bombings that occurred in Alexandria and Tanta on Sunday.Ismail Mokhtary, head of the Theater House, ordered the shows to be supended for three days.Among the suspended shows were ‘Forty Rules of Love’ for Bahaa Tharwat, ‘The Trial’ for Ashraf abdel Ghafour, ‘The Day They Killed Singing’ for Yasser Sadeq, ‘Business Dinner’ for Ashraf Farouq and others.Meanwhile, the…
  1. From animal-print to denim: why hotels are upping their bathrobe game

    Paltelegraph.com - Fashion 04.26 / 10:11 paltelegraph.com
    By Rebecca Nicholson A comfy bed and a travel kettle is no longer enough – high-end hotels are investing in luxurious, Instagram-friendly bathrobes in an effort to appeal to the selfie generation Next time you want your eyes to hurt, try searching the hashtag #Instagrammable on Twitter. It’s a good indication of how a growing […
  2. 30 years of gay style: from disco chic to hipster bears

    Paltelegraph.com - Fashion 04.25 / 22:15 paltelegraph.com
    By Paul Flynn It used to be a tribal signal but as gay style has moved into the mainstream, the look has become harder to pin down. It’s forcing creatives to really push the boundaries if they want to make a statement When he was studying at Central Saint Martins, London, in the late 00s,…
  1. Marsa Alam: Ranked One of the Best Beaches around the World

    Egyptianstreets.com - Travel 04.26 / 21:10 egyptianstreets.com
    By: Sherine Omar As one of the most popular beaches in Egypt, Marsa Alam is no longer a hidden beauty. With golden powdery sand, crystal-clear water and untouched nature, Marsa Alam is the vision of a heavenly beach located on the shores of the Red Sea. Sharm El Luli beach in Marsa Alam is classified…
  2. Siwa Oasis: Land of Beauty, Tranquility and Olive Trees

    Egyptianstreets.com - Travel 04.26 / 13:07 egyptianstreets.com
    A 10-hour road trip might seem a rather hectic and exhausting thing to do, to be quite honest and completely truthful, it is! Nevertheless, Siwa Oasis is worth of every minute of the exhaustion that one will go through to get there, the scene of palm, olive trees and water springs will top your breathtaking…
  3. QAIA Hits Passenger Record in 2016

    Venturemagazine.me - Travel 04.25 / 18:16 venturemagazine.me
    Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) dealt with a record number of passengers during 2016. Annual passenger traffic rose 4.4 percent to just over 7.4 million, Airport International Group, the company that manages QAIA, said in a statement. Aircraft movement rose... The post QAIA Hits Passenger Record in 2016 appeared first on Venture…