T3ayosh wants to prevent the discrimination it says HIV patients face in the healthcare industry
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Samahy paints expressive pictures of Cairo’s residents.
Gamers can now rent the games they wanted to try but could not afford.
Burger Fuel strives to offer a healthier version of fast food.
Super Stash, the first store of its kind in Egypt, aims to be a place for collectors to gather
A regular of the music scene, Malak is well known for her elegant covers; now she’s produced her first album
Some weddings use Sisi and the army as themes to stand out.
Engezni cuts out the middleman, connecting hungry Cairenes directly to restaurants
The Ministry of Antiquities launched the excavation following reports of looting
The three sisters say baking has always been their passion
Simit Sarayi is one of the pleasant surprises of getting lost in New Cairo
Mixing ancient and modern, French artist Golo puts a humorous twist on Egyptian life
The Invisible Hands straddle two lesser-known genres with energy and depth
Kozbara focuses on catering Italian and Oriental food but is flexible depending on client needs
The Centre offers training in all things design, so young designers can build their brands and compete internationally
NVIC commemorates Palestine’s Nakba through film screenings and a lecture by prominent author Ahdaf Soueif
The play premiered in 2005 and is back on stage at the Falaki Theatre
The festival has launched a parallel programme called Prospects of Arab Cinema which is now accepting submissions
Zentro offers dishes from Japanese, Thai and Chinese cuisines
Kafein works well as a coffee shop and it does just as well with small exhibitions
This film does well in some areas and so bad in others, but it looks so good that we recommend you go see it in 3D at least once
Tipsy Bar has disappointing service and poor ventilation but good live music and decent food
A collection of art will be on show at different venues for a period of nine months
The centre wants to train a new generation of critics in film analysis, with a focus on alternative cinema
Qabila encourages young people to make short films.
New arrivals this month dive into love in post-conflict Iraq and the life of the famed author Taha Hussein
Tamreeni makes it easy to workout anywhere, anytime.
The Other Woman combines a predictable storyline with lacklustre comedy- both reason enough to avoid.
The replica is intended to help with preserving the original.
The festival features a diverse line-up of diverse international artists, with a focus on African artists because of the current political and social situation