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Got the tickets!

Got the tickets!

10 Mar, '069 Comments

tickets originally uploaded by malyousif For a price of ONE Formula 1 grandstand ticket, I bought TEN tickets this afternoon for the family and I to soak in art and culture over the next couple of nights at the Arad Fort where I am sure we will enjoy both the Hanine Y Son Cubano and […]

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International bloggers meet

International bloggers meet

10 Mar, '0614 Comments

We were fortunate enough to meet fellow bloggers last night at Dar Al-Bareh Cafe where we had a simply scrumptious dinner AND had quite a nice discussion going about blogging experiences as well as had the wonderful opportunity to attend the opening of “Contemporary Huroof” Arabic caligraphy exhibition. Notes were compared between Bahraini and Belgian […]

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HAMSA Essay Contest

HAMSA Essay Contest

7 Mar, '065 Comments

I write to inform you about a new essay contest launched by the American Islamic Congress on civil rights in the Middle East. Anyone under the age of 26 can enter, and finalists can win up to $2,000 in cash prizes. The “Dream Deferred Essay Contest” (see http://www.hamsaweb.org ) challenges young Americans and young Middle […]

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Cultural and Culinary Bloggers’ Meeting

Cultural and Culinary Bloggers’ Meeting

7 Mar, '064 Comments

This is a reminder of our meeting tomorrow night, please make sure you attend. Location: Dar Al-Bareh Art Gallery Cafe, Adliya Time: 7.30pm Date: 8 Mar ’06 Price: approximately BD 5 per head (yes, we’re actually having dinner this time!) The agenda is: 7.30: Welcome and introductions. 7.45: visit the Contemporary Huroof Art exhibit at […]

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Spring of Culture

Spring of Culture

26 Feb, '067 Comments

This is the first time that I remember something like this is to happen in Bahrain; a month packed with cultural events: music, poetry, dance, art exhibits and theatre all happening back-to-back in breath-taking venues all around Bahrain. I will do my best to attend as many as I could, especially the Jazz, Tango Flamenco, […]

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