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15 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

Aidan Fitzergald's work is part of Cairo's September-October art show, which you can check out today until 7pm. Read Quietly: For those seeking a together-alone activity. There's a New Place for Artists to Live: Some new artist housing...Show More Summary

Israel and Palestine: To Leap Forward, First Look Backward

Israeli and Palestinian delegations are meeting in Cairo to agree on an agenda for negotiating amongst other things, the opening of the crossings and the reconstruction of Gaza including its port and airport. Even in the unlikely scenario...Show More Summary

Comparing protests

2 days agoNews : Daily Chart

A look at the sizes of recent street demonstrations PEOPLE power is increasingly on display from Cairo’s Tahrir Square to Istanbul’s Taksim Square. In recent days Hong Kong and Ukraine have come alive with public protests of their own. Show More Summary

Cairo court delays Mubarak verdict until Nov.

Cairo's Criminal Court has delayed its verdict to Nov. 29 in the case where former President Hosni Mubarak, his two sons and ex-Interior Minister Habib Adly are charged with ordering the murder of over 800 peaceful protesters in the January 2011 revolution.

Egyptian court to decide Mubarak's fate

Retrial of toppled president and aides accused of murder and corruption begins in Cairo.

Precarious Peddling

Rachel Williamson contextualizes a “brawl” in Cairo between police and black-market vendors: [Nasr] Eissa and his competitors are archetypical of Egypt’s black market economy: opportunistic entrepreneurs who’ll sell you a flag during a national celebration and be back to hocking Batman t-shirts the next day. Show More Summary

Beer and Loathing in Post-Muslim Brotherhood Cairo

Stella bar in downtown Cairo. Photo by Aaron T. Rose. For much of the 90s, drinking Egyptian alcohol was akin to dancing with death. So potent was the dose of formaldehyde in the local Stella beer that US airmen stationed in Cairo during the Gulf War were warned off sampling the native brew for fear of chronic drowsiness. Show More Summary

Parlor Pizza Bar's massive opening

Pizza review: Parlor Pizza Bar 108 N. Green St. 312-600-6090 Rating: 2.5 (out of 4) Eventually, the club kids become restaurant owners. Jerry Kleiner parlayed his experiences at Cairo and Shelter into Marche and Carnivale. DineAmic,Show More Summary

The 'Menn Baladha' Makers

Updates from Menn Baladha studio covered earlier: Menn Baladha from Nahla on Vimeo....founded by a group of Cairo based designers; designing a return to crafts. Menn Baladha literally means “from where it originated". It is an Arabic...Show More Summary

The Cairo Geniza at JTS

THE NEW YORK TIMES : The Cairo Geniza, Under Piecemeal Restoration (Eve M. Kahn).Experts at the Jewish Theological Seminary in Manhattan are puzzling over curly bits of ancient paper recovered from a closet in a Cairo synagogue. Boxfuls...Show More Summary

FIDE Trainers' Seminar in Cairo, Egypt

1. Objective: To educate and certify Trainers and Chess-Teachers on an international basis. This FIDE Trainers’ Seminar for FIDE Trainer Titles Diploma is approved by FIDE and the FIDE Trainers’ Commission (TRG). The seminar is co-organised...Show More Summary

Hamas and Fatah reach accord on unity cabinet

Following talks in Cairo, Palestinian rival groups agree that the Palestinian Authority will govern the Gaza Strip.

This Mini Car Garage is Where You’re Supposed to Park Your Keys

You won’t be able to park your Beetle in this garage, but you can park your Beetle keychain in it. It’s the mini car garage by Cairo and it’s an awesome rack to get for your…

Danish Minister Threatens Tougher Sanctions Against Israel Ahead of Talks in Cairo

The Danish Foreign Minister Martin Lidegaard has threatened Israel with sanctions unless it agrees to concessions including ending the "blockade of Gaza" and stopping "illegal settlements". Speaking to the Danish media, Lidegaard indicated that the EU would join in with enacting tough sanctions, The Local has reported. Show More Summary

Mini Garage Houses Your Keychain, Holds Your Car Keys

Park your car in this! Well, the miniature car on your keychain, that is, because there’s no way your jeep will fit into this mini garage rack by Cairo. It was The post Mini Garage Houses Your Keychain, Holds Your Car Keys appeared first on OhGizmo!.

From Tahrir Square to Ferguson, artist Glenn Kaino's rocks of protest

Artist Glenn Kaino picked up his first rock in Cairo a couple of years back. He was in Egypt doing some research for the 13th annual Cairo Biennale, where he had been selected to represent the United States. Kaino's meanderings around the ancient city eventually led him to Tahrir Square, the...

From Tahrir Square to Ferguson, artist Glenn Kaino's rocks of protest

Artist Glenn Kaino picked up his first rock in Cairo a couple of years back. He was in Egypt doing some research for the 13th annual Cairo Biennale, where he had been selected to represent the United States. Kaino's meanderings around the ancient city eventually led him to Tahrir Square, the...

World View: Yemen's Iran-Backed Houthi Rebels Occupy Sanaa

This morning's key headlines from GenerationalDynamics.com Yemen's Iran-backed Houthi rebels occupy Sanaa, then sign peace agreement Israeli-Hamas peace talks to resume in Cairo on Tuesday New climate change circus in progress Yemen's...Show More Summary

Why it's getting harder to report on Syria

CAIRO -- There has never been a more important, or a more difficult time to report on Syria. Today, the international media has less access to Syria than at any time during more than three years of revolt followed by civil war and chaos. Rebel-held Syria is impossibly risky territory for foreign journalists. The recent murders of American journalists James...

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