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Indo-Row gets everyone pulling in the same direction
Indo-Row, a fitness regimen that is popular with celebrities, has come to the UAE, with classes kicking off at the Hilton Abu Dhabi.
Aflamnah finds creativity in crowdsourcing
A year after launching Aflamnah, founders Vida Rizq and Lotfi Bencheikh talk about the progress of the first crowdfunding platform in the Middle East.
National anthem gets cinematic treatment
To mark UAE National Day, twofour54 has commissioned a short film to accompany a reworking of the country's national anthem. We spoke to its director, Ali F Mustafa, and students working on the project.
A change is as good as a rest
While the interior at Bocca at the Hilton Abu Dhabi has undergone a complete transformation, the food is as good as ever.
Concubine seizes power
In Judy Chang's latest historical epic, we learn of Cixi, who was brought to Beijing at 16 to serve as a concubine, then became the empress after the death of Emperor Xianfeng
Game, set and match
Ashok Amritraj recalls his journey from being a professional tennis star to one of Hollywood's most successful producers in his new memoir Advantage Hollywood.
The hard-hitting documentary InRealLife is a far cry from what the filmmaker Beeban Kidron is better known for: a Bridget Jones movie.
The film explores the themes of isolation and death through the story of a disillusioned funeral officer.
From a child’s eyes
Daniel Patrick Carbone used to teach at NYUAD. Now he's back in the capital at Abu Dhabi Film Festival with his debut feature film.
Revealing a dark side
The compelling film, screening at the Abu Dhabi Film Festival, details how these creatures have effectively been driven mad by being held in marine-based tourist attractions.