Bloggers on Billboards!

Bloggers on Billboards!

Bloggers’ face from blogs Ivy Says, NoGarlicNoOnions and Let’s tlk abt movies are on Beirut City Centre billboard ads. Quite a pretty change for once! What was your impression? Photos shared from Lebanese Blogs Facebook post and courtesy of the bloggers.

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Amatoury 114 Maximum Rawa2

Amatoury 114 Maximum Rawa2

After making people guess what came after the word “Maximum” last month, Amatoury 114 recently released new TV coomercials with the “Maximum Rawa2” slogan. What did you think of them? Agency: Phenomena Creative Director: Sami Saab Production: Workshop Director: Jad Aouad DP: Fady Kassem Post: Hedgehog

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Online Freedom of Expression: between...

Online Freedom of Expression: between the laws, the reality and the Lebanese experience

Press release by MARCH. I wasn’t able to participate in the video but it says what it has to say. The experience is similar. Under the patronage of the Beirut Bar Association President, Me. Georges Jreij, MARCH NGO, ICT Committee at the Beirut Bar Association and UNESCO Regional Office Beirut held a conference on Online Freedom of […]

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Racism in our beloved establishments

Racism in our beloved establishments

An image circulated on Facebook a few days ago depicting a home employee made to sit way too far from the table of the family she works for in a very well known restaurant. Let’s go back to defining what racism is. “Racism consists of both prejudice AND discrimination based in social perceptions of biological differences between peoples. […]

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The story behind the pie!

The story behind the pie!

The wait is over! The story behind the pie is revealed, it’s all about our hero Ghassan. A 5 year old cancer survivor whose dream was to star in an action movie and pie someone in the face! #TheTalkies teamed up with the beautiful people of #Tamanna and #HorizonFCB to make this wish come true! […]

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Sin El Fil municipality pressures to ...

Sin El Fil municipality pressures to shut down the Sunday flee market

This afternoon, quite some action took place in Sin El Fil. The municipality made clear that it wants to shut down the Sunday flee market which happen to be located on the way to Beirut. The municipality described the Sunday flee market as a “joke” and a “shame”. How will the municipality of Beirut respond? Apparently, […]

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Because you don’t walk your dog...

Because you don’t walk your dog yourself in Lebanon

Because it’s the domestic worker who walks your dog…

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Sued for a blog post

Sued for a blog post

If I ever said anything wrong, please correct me. One can post an opinion in line with this blog’s subjects of interest regardless of my own position; my disclaimer regarding this matter is clear. The aim was always to show both sides of the coin whenever possible, to push for constructive criticism and critical thinking. […]

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A different perspective of Beirut: Sa...

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Here is a different perspective of Beirut as seen by Gabriel Ferneiné. Footage was made from the city’s rooftops that have a view on the port and the music is by Trash Inc. “Sometimes I forget that Beirut is a Port And it kills me to keep forgetting”, he says. Check it out, it’s really […]

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Customers vs Companies: The Gandour &...

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Here we go again, customers purchase products from companies; something goes wrong. No one claims responsibility neither for the incident, neither for their products. Customers are unhappy and BOOM: Clashes. It goes on TV or on social media causing turmoil. This happens ALL the time; worst companies even file lawsuits against customers. Let me start […]

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