It snowed in the last couple of days but not enough for the slopes to open again (At least not in Mzaar) and the sunny weather is already back. I remember hearing predictions about this winter being the toughest in years but it doesn’t feel like winter at all.
Here are pictures from the past couple of years taken by SkiLeb webcams:
I’ve been to Applebee’s a couple of times last year and it wasn’t that bad. Either way, I am not sure if it’s the right time to open a new restaurant there around all these malls in Dbayyeh (Unless of course it’s an arguile place).
I don’t see anything in the job description that requires that lady to be of a specific religion, unless the company in question is a Christian religious one.
What is it’s a female suicide bomber?
This is Part 1 of 5. Stay tuned on [Vice] for the remaining ones. I watched it yesterday and it pretty much shows the level of lawlessness in the city of Tripoli. I wonder whatever happened to the security plan that was supposed to be implemented there.
Picture taken today
If you happen to pass by Sursock street in Achrafieh, check out the newly renovated Nicolas Sursock Palace. An underground building was newly built for the museum and the whole palace was refurbished and will feature exhibition halls, a 170 seats auditorium fully equipped, laboratories, cafeteria, library and a training Center.
If you want to know more about this project, click [Here].
I don’t know if I should be laughing or not because the situation is disgusting and sickening.
Let’s wait and see if the decree will get implemented or “Bi2aksso” 3le. What I found weird is that traders were given a limit of 4 months to sell their existing stocks before the ban takes place which doesn’t make any sense.
Widespread and much-consumed energy drinks containing alcohol are no more allowed to be made or marketed in Lebanon, or even imported into the country, as ordered by the Ministries of Public Health and Economy on Monday. Both Ministers Ali Hassan Khalil and Nicolas Nahhas explained, in their joint decision, that all alcoholic beverages containing additives like caffeine would be banned in Lebanon as of next June. [Link]
If you would like to donate clothes, blankets or other necessities to Syrian Refugees in Lebanon, you can drop them between Sunday 9th and Monday 10th of February at Noujoum Center (8th Floor) near Abdel Nasser Mosque in Corniche Al Mazraa.
For more info, click [Here].