Home
Loading...
You are here:  Home  >  Articles by Adham Roshdy
Latest

New solo album by Nazmi inspires and delights

  /  March 17, 2013  /  Culture  /  No Comments

Nazmi has been known as the jazz bassist with the spot-on funky grooves

Read More →
Latest

Spot the Gringo and win

  /  February 20, 2013  /  Lifestyle  /  No Comments

A gringo wearing an authentic sombrero and a poncho will be roaming the streets, and whoever manages to find him wins a free burrito with any order made

Read More →
Latest

The stables of Nazlet El-Semman

  /  January 21, 2013  /  In Focus  /  1 Comment

Right next to the historical pyramids, horses live alongside poor Egyptians, in Nazlet El-Semman

Read More →
Latest

Private lessons: symptom of a wider disease

  /  January 15, 2013  /  In Focus  /  No Comments

Is eliminating private tuition from the educational process in Egypt really possible?

Read More →
Latest

Prosecutor general bans 26 public figures from travelling

  /  December 29, 2012  /  Egypt, Politics  /  No Comments

Investigations reveal former Al-Ahram chairpersons gave away gifts out of foundation’s budget

Read More →
Latest

Six Days with Cab Drivers in Cairo

  /  December 26, 2012  /  In Focus  /  3 Comments

Understanding the grey between black and white

Read More →
Latest

Sexual abuse within the family

and   /  December 19, 2012  /  In Focus  /  9 Comments

Sexual abuse in Egypt is a great taboo but it is the victims who pay the price for society’s intolerance

Read More →
Latest

Crash Boom Bang: Four years of music and surprises

  /  December 13, 2012  /  Culture, Music  /  No Comments

Crash Boom Bang was formed from two popular cover bands, Vybe and Junk Male

Read More →
Latest

The Egyptian underground music scene

  /  December 10, 2012  /  In Focus  /  No Comments

How independent musicians suffer to present their art and dream of a diverse market in which they can achieve recognition

Read More →
Latest

Morsy’s legitimacy at risk

and   /  December 1, 2012  /  Egypt, Politics  /  No Comments

Analysts sceptical about opposition dialogue with Morsy amid protests

Read More →
Latest

Disability in Egypt

  /  November 27, 2012  /  In Focus  /  No Comments

How a new governmental institution hopes to reduce the stigma of disability

Read More →
Latest

Children with disabilities: a struggle to cope

  /  November 13, 2012  /  In Focus  /  No Comments

A rural rehabilitation centre faces financial and social barriers in its struggle to provide care to disabled children

Read More →
Latest

Torture since the revolution

  /  November 5, 2012  /  In Focus  /  2 Comments

Torture under Mubarak, continuing under Morsy?

Read More →
Latest

ArtBeat Festival: A cultural meeting point

  /  October 15, 2012  /  Art, Culture, Music  /  No Comments

The band was astonished by the Mansoura audience, who sang along with the German lyrics, without understanding what they were saying. “The audience was the best public I have ever played for,” said Max Gaier, vocalist.

Read More →
Latest

Law centre launches campaign against torture

  /  October 10, 2012  /  Egypt, Politics  /  2 Comments

Nation Without Torture campaign addresses the violations of human rights and pressures authorities into implementing effective legislation

Read More →
Latest

Khula: the last resort?

  /  October 10, 2012  /  In Focus  /  No Comments

Daily News Egypt investigates women who depend on khula and those who are fighting for its existence

Read More →
Latest

Jazz Mate: enhancing the music scene in Egypt

  /  October 8, 2012  /  Culture, Music  /  No Comments

Pictures of icons hanging on a brick wall, sentimental tunes playing in the background, and a TV playing jazz concerts or documentaries complete the setting of JazzMate. The venue will have performances every Friday, although Mustafa said that they are seeking to host live music on a more frequent basis.

Read More →