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We celebrate the late poet Salah Jaheen in the first of our ‘Egypt's photographic memory’ series

In the early 20th century, Egypt's women had a prominent place in publications, pioneering women's issues and rights in print

17 March marks the birthday of Sheikh Said Darwish (1892-1923), "the People's Artist" as he is known in popular culture. Ahram Online celebrates his ongoing legacy

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In 1892, when the world was still debating women's rights, Egyptian women's voice was loud, clear, and quite popular it seems

Last week, Semiramis hosted a ceremony where late Egyptian diva Soad Hosney sat next to late movie stars Roshdi Abaza, and Salah Zulficar

Last week marked one year since Egypt bid farewell to one of her dearest daughters, social activist and women's rights poineer Aziza Hussein

This year, Santa and Moulid dolls come side by side

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What better way to teach Arabic to children than to use songs, games and stories? A number of online initiatives now exist to help parents do exactly that

On Saturday, December 5th, the Society Of Authors, Composers and Publishers of the Arabic Republic of Egypt (SACERAU) celebrated 70 years since its establishment as well as 70 years of fighting for intellectual property rights

Beiba is the name of the troupe that aims to revive and chant fading away folk songs

A new book faults cultural resistance to change for the deteriorating status of healthcare in Egypt, and proposes a solution

El-Fustat market faces the Religion Complex in Coptic Cairo and is an excellent venue for rich artistic handicrafts

On 4 November, Egypt honoured Palestinian artist Adel Al-Tertir, a pioneer in theatre and reviver of the old curio, the image box — a wonderland for children

On November 4th, Egypt honored Saber El-Masry, our oldest Aragouz player at the closing ceremony of Arab Forum for Puppet Art and Shadow Puppets in its third round in Cairo

What brings Pinocchio, Aragouz, shadow puppets, as well as over 50 other puppets together for the first time in one room?

Come walk with us the route of faith where an ancient church, and a Jewish temple fit perfectly in the heart of Islamic Cairo

Access to Culture for Upper Egypt Children and Youth, funded by the EU, seeks to develop a cultural scene in Upper Egypt for youth


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Ahead of CULTNAT publishing, 30 September, the memoires of Egyptology guru Selim Hassan, Ahram Online digs into the life and achievements of the legendary archaeologist

Ahead of the Tunisian diva's Cairo performance this Saturday, Ahram Online talked to Ghalia Benali about her childhood, southern songs, the call of music, and all her life stories in between

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