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For Art’s Sake

Amina AlAbbasi took a leap of faith and it has been the best decision of her life. Today, she owns her own business and...

A Higher Calling

With a slew of cultural and community initiatives, Esky Girmay is redefining the image of Ethiopia in Bahrain. Model, actress, philanthropist, businesswoman and film producer,...

The Language of Music

At the Acoustic Alley hosted last month at Ibrida, it was hard to ignore the voice that was Coco. We catch up with the...

Making Books Accessible

With the launch of her Islamic bookstore for children this summer, storyteller Sameera Shakil aims to tap into a niche segment in the books...

The Itchy Truth

Unfortunately, there is no cure for eczema. In most children, however, it becomes less severe with time. The good news is that the skin...

Crunch Time!

It’s that time of year when 16- and 17-year-olds are assessing their university choices. What’s your role in ensuring your child is making informed...

Fabulous over 40

Turning 40 need not signal the start of the road going downhill. Middle-aged women can be far more charming, confident and classy than they...

Pathway to Glory

Women have not only outstripped men at running events here, they’ve raised the Kingdom’s profile by competing at the high international levels. Meet the...

The Edge and Beyond

Break away from the structure of meticulously planned activities that are sold to you as dream getaways. Venture out into the unknown, chart your...

The Butterfly Effect

A perfect transitional theme between seasons, the butterfly print is a must-have at every home. Find the balance between summer and autumn by bringing...