The Present Perfect

What do I love about Beirut? The fresh local food, the traditional architecture, the flowering trees in spring, the crumbling ruins, the hidden pockets of tranquility. I’ve been diligently documenting all...

Half way through the month of December and a month of nothing but dresses! This was the last week of work before the holiday break so it was also my last...

Well, the first week of Dressember is already over and I have to say it really wasn’t all that hard! I love dressing up and I haven’t missed pants yet.  ...

31 dresses + the month of December = Dressember I only recently learned about the month otherwise known as “Dressember” from my long-time Flickr friend Amanda while browsing through her Instagram...

Tomorrow is the first day back to school for students which makes tonight the first official school night. Eek! Waking up early tomorrow is going to be hard. (We teachers have...

There’s nothing like a long stretch of traveling to make you really appreciate home. Wherever that home may be. After eight weeks of constant movement, constant change, constant adaptation, I really...

The scene: 8:00am at a noodle stand with a view of the temples of Angkor Wat. A big steaming bowl of noodle soup in front of me and the anticipation of...

Saturday was the opening of the photo exhibition, From 4 Corners of the World, by the talented Beirut Street Photographers Arek Dakessian, Bushra Al-Hinai, Imad Hadad, and Mher Krikorian. The joint...

When the Beirut Street Photographers first went to shoot on the streets of Douma in 2011, we were met with a day of heavy and near constant downpour making it quite...

I wasn’t planning on blogging about Beirut Design Week, but I was asked by a fellow Tweeter who saw my tweets from the Design and Urban Space talk and asked if...