Lebanese RSS Feeds
Site - the961.com
About Site - The961 is home to the best and most engaging Lebanese content aimed at promoting Lebanon. Our mission is connecting the Lebanese diaspora to Lebanon! Showing Lebanon in a positive and optimistic perspective.
Site - blogbaladi.com
About Site - Blog Baladi is the most popular Lebanese blog out there. Najib offers commentary on everything in Lebanon. Blog Baladi's mission is to showcase Lebanon and the Lebanese in all their true, gritty, depressing, beautiful, ever-hopeful and absolutely hilarious glory.
Site - executive-magazine.com
About Site - Executive Magazine offers in-depth and forward thinking analysis, solid reporting and punchy opinion on Lebanese and Middle Eastern economics, finance and policy as well as regular industry surveys, regional market data, global economic trends and the latest in science, technology and the arts
Site - patriciaissa.com
Lebanon - GCC
About Site - PatriciaIssa.com is my little website! It is my personal space carrying my flair for luxury, fashion, exquisite lifestyle experiences, personal style, beauty, healthy life, motivational initiatives and travel. It is my way to reflect another side of my life as an entrepreneur, and a very busy business owner.
Site - en.bellebeirut.com
About Site - BelleBeirut is an online Lebanese magazine about fashion, beauty, health, love and culture in French and English. BelleBeirut.com also includes: beauty product reviews, Lebanese restaurants, hotels and resorts review, blogs, horoscopes, competitions and the weekly Official Lebanese Top 20 Charts and Grand Cinemas movie picks.
Site - stateofmind13.com
About Site - My name is Elie Fares, recently graduated with a medical degree, and I happen to like writing. This blog is the space where I vent. You’ll find pieces on Lebanese issues, international issues and some less serious things occasionally.
Site - ginosblog.com
About Site - A Beirut-based blog since 2010. Gino's Blog comments on a variety of topics in or about Lebanon. Current affairs, human and civil rights, nightlife, arts and just about anything interesting that's not given enough attention by offline media, at least not in a way that many young, liberal Lebanese would like to see tackled.
Site - newsroomnomad.com
About Site - Having worked in traditional media outlets for the majority of her career and finding something lacking, this project is a departure from a media climate where politics reign supreme. Using her experience in traditional media as a launching point, Nadine Mazloum, attempts to explore topics that are often overlooked or trivialized but which are essential to our experience of humanity
Site - maureenabood.com
Harbor Springs, Michigan
About Site - Hi, I'm Maureen Abood. I write about my Lebanese family, food, and life up north in Michigan on my blog. Rose Water & Orange Blossoms CookBook. Come read, cook, and eat with me...
Site - tasteofbeirut.com/blog
About Site - Taste of Beirut started in 2009 and its main purpose is to share Lebanese heritage with the world through recipes, anecdotes, and cultural tidbits. I am Joumana Accad and I published my first cookbook Taste of Beirut, named after my blog.
Site - projectrevolver.org
About Site - What started as a personal quest to explore and discover music turned into a community of music lovers sharing their passion for the types of music they like. Today, Revolver is an open platform for anyone with a peculiar interest in music, to share and consume music through lists, podcasts and videos.
Site - laf-digest.blogspot.com
About Site - This blog is dedicated to topics related to the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF). The blogs covers unclassified armament news and other debatable related military topics relating to the LAF. Through this blog we attempt to promote the LAF and support it.
Site - hummusforthought.com
About Site - My name is Joey Ayoub. I am working on transforming this blog to a more organised one. It will keep its focus on Lebanon, Syria and Palestine, but we will be expanding to include international issues as well. It will be bilingual, in English and Arabic.
Site - fitnstyle.com
About Site - Fit'n Style is an educative and captivating magazine, published in Lebanon by PINKOD s.a.l and distributed both locally and abroad. With an entertaining approach, our creative and trusted sources present content designed to raise public awareness – nationally and throughout the Arab region – regarding the significance of developing a healthy and well balanced lifestyle.
Site - ivysays.com
About Site - Ivy Says is the first lifestyle blog in Lebanon. I first burst onto the scene with my dating adventures and satirical pieces on social dynamics in Lebanon that everyone related to but a very few talked about. Like most girls I’m also very big on fashion, style, beauty/makeup reviews, decor and all things pretty. Food is a hobby and burgers are a vice. I’ve also appointed myself this city’s fashion
Site - nadsreviews.com
About Site - Nadim studied Filmmaking in New York and worked as a copywriter for six years. In his spare time, he’s also a group fitness instructor and personal trainer . In this blog, he gives in-depth TV reviews.
Site - aishtiblog.com
About Site - Aïshti is Lebanon’s leading high-end clothing retailer. Since its inception in 1989, the company has grown from a single upscale clothing store into a successful, globally recognized chain that carries renowned luxury brands.
Site - moulahazat.com
About Site - Moulahazat is a Lebanese Political Blog where you can find notes and observations on Lebanese politics, analysis on political developments, and remarks on Lebanon’s political maneuvers. In a country where even colors are biased, one of the purposes of the blog is to keep an independent stance.
Site - mayasingredients.com
About Site - My name is Maya Oryan and I’m a Food Stylist. I’m passionate about food, I love cooking, eating and talking about food. Being the daughter of a chef, and working as a food stylist side by side with many executive chefs, I insanely savored good food and learnt how to make it.
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Site - pow.photos
About Site - A good photo speaks for itself, and too much talk in the news is sometimes annoying and time-consuming. Not to worry, POW is here to help you keep pace with this fast-changing, eventful world, giving you the power of visual storytelling in your hands..Whether Lebanese or International, POW – one of the first Lebanese blogs of its kind- sums up the most important and interesting events going on.
Site - travelingwiththyme.com
About Site - My name is Christina. Freelance blogger, healthy foodie, fitness enthusiast and culinary traveler with a passion (and a big appetite) for all things food. I travel. I cook. I photograph. I eat. I write. I created Traveling with Thyme to capture, document and share my passion with the world, from cooking to traveling to restaurants and more.
Site - lebaneseunderground.com
About Site - Lebanese underground is an independent music promotion and management company based in Beirut, Lebanon, that aims at promoting and developing underground and independent music in the region.
About Site - These are the musings of a Dutch lady who came to Beirut as a journalist. The plan was to stay for 3 months; some 20 years later she is still here.
Site - chichoskitchen.blogspot.com
About Site - Hello, my name is Cherine, but you can call me "Chicho" and I am Lebanese and I live in Paris. Welcome to my internet kitchen, grab a cup of coffee, a macaron and get comfy! This blog is my recipe journal. It's where I write about the recipes that intersect my everyday life.
Site - thetaboulibowl.wordpress.com
About Site - We’re five sisters, each different but the same. We decided to start up The Tabouli Bowl for many reasons. The biggest being that we wanted to pool our efforts into something that could benefit us by keeping us in touch but also to create a one stop database for Middle Eastern recipes.
Site - inkontheside.com
About Site - Ink On The Side is a webcomic that was created by Sareen Akharjalian on March 14 2010. It consists of cartoons drawn by Sareen. These cartoons are an attempt to poke fun at world issues, gender differences, and most importantly they are an attempt to make you laugh. So if you're in the mood for cracking up, Ink On The Side is THE SITE for you.
Site - beirutfitness.co
About Site - Hi There! I’m so happy to see you here. My name is Christine and I am the founder and editor of Beirut Fitness your go to website to for fitness motivation, quick and easy recipes, product reviews, and more!
Site - ahbal.blog
About Site - So why Ahbal Blog exists? It's the need to express an opinion even if that opinion won't be heard, it's a stress relief, it's a diary, one day I look back at this and hopefully smile
Site - stylememaria.com
About Site - Hello and welcome to my blog. My name is Maria and I’m a Canadian/Lebanese architect raised in the U.S.A. I’m a wife and mother of 2, and like most of you, I’m balancing my work and home life. Join me and let’s discover together the latest in lifestyle, style, beauty, travel, food, motherhood and much more!
Site - evaslebanesecooking.com/blog
About Site - Eva's Lebanese Cooking is a website made for those looking for new delicious recipes to try. Lebanese recipes can range from easy and quick to complex and gourmet. Nonetheless, the end result will never fail to satisfy your taste buds. After years of cooking Lebanese food, Eva has developed her own style in cooking Lebanese meals.
Site - beirutsbrightside.com
Beirut / Gothenburg
About Site - Since January 2015, we’ve been sharing our love for Lebanon on this blog Beirut’s Bright Side, also known as BBS. All that’s good and bright. All that brings peace. All that’s full of positive energy. All that strives to make our future brighter. Articles and stories curated from all over and in all fields.
Site - popcorn961.blogspot.com
About Site - Sharing with you our passion for food and movies. Want to know what's trending right now, what's popping and what's not from restaurants to movies to entertainment stories... bring your pop corn & carry on
Site - cookin5m2.com
Beirut - Lebanon
About Site - Cookin5m² is the only cooking blog run by a male in Lebanon. It is a place where I share my recipes, traditional recipes, and kitchen experiments. I also work on presenting my dishes in an appetizing way and photographing them to tease those who can be easily made hungry. All of the recipes are tried and tested whether they're mine or adapted from a food blog, cookbook, or a TV show.
Site - yalla-lebanon.com
About Site - The content you will be able to find on this blog is quite diverse and will developp progressively throughout the different categories. From Useful Informations (transports, currency, language tips, etc) for your future trip/life in Lebanon, typical lebanese Food to taste, cities and places to Visit, to elements that will help you know more about The country in general
Site - playingwithfashion.com
About Site - Maya is of Russian & Lebanese origin and juggles between being a full-time Interior Designer and a full-time Blogger.She Started Playingwithfashion in July 2012 for the purpose of finding her own voice. This blog is her journey of discovering her personal style through her fashion choices.
Site - reelrambler.com
About Site - Ramblings from a wannabe film scholar living in Beirut. Hello and welcome to Reel Rambler! The website is going to feature content ranging from reviews to film and casting news. Although I’ll be covering a myriad of genres, I have a particular affinity for things that go boo at night – so expect a lot of (what tries to be) Horror.
Site - seenbymaya.blogspot.com
About Site - Maya is a visual communicator, art director and a blogger. She owns her own blog “seen by maya” in this blog she writes down random reflections about various topics and inspirations.
About Site - Fair Trade Lebanon is a non-profit NGO created in 2006 aiming to improve the livelihoods of the most disadvantaged people in rural Lebanon. The organization chose fair trade as a means of building export opportunities for small producers and food-processing cooperatives.
Site - fashionteacup.com
About Site - My name is Théa Mechleb, but you can call me Tee.I feel like I've introduced myself a la Oliver Queen. Lebanese, born and raised, I started this blog out of pure interest in fashion back when I was in school, and in order to take a step closer to becoming a fashion designer.
Site - jessicahabka.wordpress.com
About Site - A Lifestyle Blog by Jessica Habka Fall October Girl | Blogger | Creator Lebanese Graphic Designer | Scorpio ♏ | Susceptible | Movieholic | Bibliophilia | FoodieCritic | Makeup addicted | PhotoFreak
Site - indiedoodles.wordpress.com
About Site - Maria is a digital marketing strategist and a blogger. She brought “indiedoodles” blog to life where she shares plenty of life states through posts and pictures from all around Lebanon.