Manus X Machina – Fashion in an Age of Technology

The show’s intention is to liberate the handmade and the machine-made from their usual confines of the haute couture and prêt-à-porter.

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The 14th Annual Arab Street Festival

Every summer during the months of June or July, The Network of Arab-American Professionals (NAAP), a nonpartisan, volunteer-based organization dedicated to the development of a prosperous and influential community, hosts one of the biggest Arab-American street fairs in Manhattan, New York City. This year’s NAAP street festival took place on a beautiful small block, with…

8 Ways to Walk in NYC

Walking on New York streets is a form of art not so easily acquired. The experience of walking is a fundamental function for this city. After all, only a handful choose to drive in this insane city traffic. I created a few mental notes and now would like to share them with you. Here are…

Suad Amiry: The Storyteller

“I want you to take sixty seconds and think of your life of what you’re doing and are you really doing what you love in life.”

Thanksgiving: A Beautiful Mess

Let us try and count 5 objects that we HAVE but do not NEED. They might exceed the number 5, at least I can say that about myself.

Brooklyn Movie

“Home sickness is like most sicknesses. It will pass.”
Father Flood

Events at the Middle East Institute Columbia University.

  This fall, many Middle Eastern related events are taking place at the Middle East Institute at Columbia University. Talks include a wide range of seminars, panels, discussions, music performances and many more. The Middle East Institute in Columbia, founded in 1954, aims to develop an integrative and cultivating studies in both approaches of the…