The 2014 edition of the Beirut Art Fair is taking place between September 18 and 21 at BIEL. This year’s event will feature around fifty international modern and contemporary art and design galleries from more than 10 countries. I will be there tomorrow to check out some of the galleries and artists.
You can check out the program and all needed information [here].
Ali Tlais – Vibrating Autism Pop Art
When I started looking for apartments, most of them had one or two bathrooms for the bedrooms, one for the guests and sometimes an extra bathroom for the housekeeper (as they call it). You step inside this so-called bathroom and you wonder how an adult person is supposed to fit in it. It’s like the same standard one for most apartments between 180 and 250 sqm and it’s useless space because no one can use it.
They should have made the kitchen or any other room in the house bigger instead of building this waste of space.
I hope I won’t have to explain that to anyone. Lol!
The Raclette Brgr with Cheese fries at Brgrco
As you all know by now, Brgrco is my favorite burger place in Beirut so it’s great to hear that they are finally delivering. I don’t know yet about the delivery prices as I couldn’t find them online but I hope they will be cheaper than the original ones.
The delivery number is: 01 333 511.
After Geely’s Da3ess ad, check out the Da3ek Laundry Detergent.
Picture via sdaouk
Since it was Gebran Tueni’s birthday yesterday, and given how much I admire this man and everything he’s done for Lebanon, I thought of resharing the article I wrote about him and social media for Annahar few months ago.
Check it out [Here].
I don’t think Bassam expected the ISF to answer him but they surprisingly did. In case you missed my post on this matter, check it out [Here].
That’s good news but I hope they won’t be watering them with sewers like other crops in the Bekaa. Speaking of Quinoa, check out my favorite Quinoa salads in Beirut.
I would have loved such a surprise at my wedding (less dancing for me lol!). Nice one Jad!