LBCBlogs contributor, Lebanese Australian filmmaker Nathan Mikhail wrote an article condemning the latest media controversy involving Lebanese pop songstress Naya. If you are not already familiar with the internet “scandal”, here are just some of the photos circulating social media platforms.
This is an interesting thought, as it gives young Lebanese Australians a
chance to establish and maintain a connection with their cultural
background, and also provides an opportunity for the Lebanese Diaspora all
over the world to connect, creating a global community.
In 1938, Orson Welles, an American actor and future director narrated a series depicting the end of the world as we know it through radio waves across America. The broadcast was interrupted several times by messages stating that the episode was fictional. However the style in which it was narrated, mimicking that of a news broadcast, sent several Americans into a state of public hysteria. “The War of the Worlds”…
It’s that time of year again when friends, family and yes..even coworkers find every means to prank you. While most pranks are fun and harmless, many have left their print on the pages of history.
Here’s a list of the most famous, or infamous, April Fools’ pranks!