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NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB -- Not Worth Staying Up For

The best that can be said about NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM: SECRET OF THE TOMB is that it is good-natured and harmless. This third in the trilogy has a whisper-thin plot stretched far too thinly to make the best use of its premise; and it is too flatly written to make the best use of its cast. 493 more words

Film

Exodus and the Enslaved Imaginations of the Christian Right

We crowded into a dark lit theatre as we awaited the beginning to the telling of an age old story filled with adventure, action, violence, love, mystery, and yes, even the miraculous!! 945 more words

Christianity

Fall 2014 Semester Play

(Cairo, Nov. 26)- The Theater and Films Club (TFC) presented its fall play, Arabic comedy “El Mowaten” or “The Citizen”, on Tuesday at Bassily Hall in The American University in Cairo. 394 more words

Artivism Festival

This coming Saturday sees a music festival Dandin is very much looking forward to, boasting a lineup that includes some of the best live acts you would ever hope to see in Egypt. 99 more words

Egypt detains nearly 10,000 in crackdown on militants, rioters

CAIRO – Egyptian security forces have detained nearly 10,000 suspected militants, rioters and others wanted in violent attacks over the past 12 months in a crackdown a senior interior ministry official said Saturday targets those attempting to curtail Egypt’s development. 312 more words

News

Crossing Jordan: the Bitter Tears Of Petra

December 2009

…try to travel again next day… loose stools… don’t worry much if nothing in there… haven’t eaten much this week… wonder what I weigh now?  867 more words

Culture