Meeting the Syrian Refugees Leaving Lebanon for Europe
Lebanon has taken in 1 million Syrians displaced by the war raging in their home country. Now, thousands are leaving every day on ferries for Europe.
Records and Revolution: We Went Crate Digging for Rare 'Ethio-jazz' in Addis Ababa
Ethio-jazz blended Ethiopian musical traditions with American jazz and soul, but the military coup in 1974 put an end to the scene, and records from back then are now as rare as they come.
Meeting Charles Chahwan, the Arab World's Answer to Charles Bukowski
The Lebanese author spoke to us about American literature, the Islamic State and how conservatism has shrunk the Arabic language.
Civil War Killed Lebanon's Vinyl Culture
Meaning, if you're a crate digger, you've got to fight for what's left.