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Veuve Clicquot Teams Up with Ferrari… The Result?

A match made in luxury heaven: Veuve Clicquot has teamed up with Ferrari to create limited edition Champagne set ‘Veuve Clicquot Maranello’. By limited we mean only total of 20 sets were created and being sold at $10,000 a set. Each set includes three handmade gift boxes containing exclusive Jeroboam of Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label. »more...

CNN: Exploring The Secrets Of Beirut

We need hours and hours to explore the hidden gems of our beloved city Beirut. I hope to see more of these videos.
Check it out [Here] and what Zawarib is all about [Here].

HVOB Back At Skybar Beirut This Sunday

Sundays at Skybar are proving to be a huge success and HVOB are coming back for the 3rd time to set the perfect mood for a Sunday evening! I’ve already booked my seats and I am hoping I can make it this time since the past weekends have been crazy.
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The Extravagant Junkyard Has Seen the Light…

I’ve been waiting for so long… So long for this unidentified project to see the light. More than six months ago, I had the chance to take a sneak peek into what was to become one of the most daring architectural wonder Lebanon has ever witnessed… The Junkyard is a restaurant built from scraps, metals »more...

Whiskpoon: A 2-in-1 Kitchen Tool

The Whiskpoon is a quirky 2-in-1 kitchen tool that’s smartly (and simply) designed for dual usability. It quickly transforms from whisk to strainer with just a twist of the handle. In one easy motion you can switch uses to save time and the number of utensils to clean!

NoGarlicNoOnions ou une Mise en Bouche Alléchante

Agenda Culturel, Le 21/08/14 NoGarlicNoOnions est un blog créé par Anthony Rahayel, passionné de gastronomie, de voyages et de photographie. Ce dernier ressent le besoin de partager ses expériences et ses passions. Rencontre. L’idée du blog NoGarlicNoOnions est née après la publication de plus de 190 commentaires sur TripAdvisor et avoir reçu le titre de Top Contributor. »more...

Epic Ice Bucket Challenge But …

The video is really cool but the purpose should be first and foremost to promote ALS and challenge other people to spread the word, not just shoot a funny video.
Check the video [Here].

Where to Party This Weekend: The Return

After the string of recent bombings and clashes in Aarsal, I felt it was a bit inconsiderate to keep publishing these posts as if nothing happened. But, if I’ve learned anything in all the years I’ve lived in Lebanon, is that life goes on no matter what. Bombs, assassinations, wars, natural disasters, no government, no president, no elections, no electricity, no water, unconquerable traffic, millions of refugees and still life goes on and the show must go on.
So, here’s making sure the terrorists don’t succeed in terrorizing us, and here’s a handful of stuff I think are worth you checking out over the next few days!

Lebanese Jalal Al Abani Is Cycling From Germany To Lebanon

Jalal is a Lebanese student who’s attempting to cycle about 3000km through eight countries in a period of two months. He started his journey from Regensburg in Germany a couple of weeks ago and has entered the fifth country Romania as of yesterday. He will be taking a ferry from Turkey to Tripoli in Lebanon due to the situation in Syria.
That’s a pretty fun ride! I hope he gets home safely. You can follow updates on his Facebook page [Here].

Bala Mokh …

I spotted the video on Lebanese Memes but I can’t confirm that this was filmed in Lebanon. If anyone knows about this video, please report these crazy and reckless people!

Last Seen Today At 18:45: Don’t Text And Drive!

This is the latest awareness campaign by KunHadi on the dangers of texting and driving.

Why I will NEVER win the lottery


Artwork by Tarek Chemaly

So I got around to admitting it: I will never win the lottery. Never.
Sure, as the saying goes "to win the lottery you need to buy a ticket" something which I have done a grand total of 2 times in my life - at the suggestion of two different people who saw me being "lucky" on those two occasions. The world is full of people whose life was ruined by winning the lottery.

Reviewing Hotels In Lebanon

I think hotels are a great way to get away from the monotony and routine of everyday life. The getaway helps you relax, meet new people and get to know new areas that you wouldn’t necessarily get the chance to visit. On several occasions over the past years, I’ve spent weekends at some of Lebanon’s nicest hotels such as Phoenicia, Four Seasons, Le Gray, Mzaar Intercontinental, Mir Amin Palace, Monte Cassino and others.

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