Maha ElNabawi
After graduating from the American University in Washington, DC with a Bachelors degree in Business, Maha began her publishing career in NYC with indie pop culture magazines, the likes of Tokion, Inked, and Surface. Upon returning to Egypt, and driven read more
Maha ElNabawi
Beyoncé, Coldplay, and why we can’t let exotica become banal
Growing up in America in the 1980s through the noughties made most of my generation pretty hard to offend.
Music industry conversations: Sarah El Miniawy
Maha ElNabawi | In a new series, Maha ElNabawi speaks to music professionals about the term “industry”.
In conversation: On After Eight closing, the Cairo party scene, gentrification and ‘downtown rats’
Maha ElNabawi and Rowan El Shimi | "Here it's just issues and threats, one after another."
On the fly: Actor Mohamed Farag on comedy, chemistry and more
Amany Ali Shawky and Maha ElNabawi | "Not even just in work, look at couples, relationships, everything — If you have no chemistry, you
More fashion finds at this year’s Mada Market
Maha ElNabawi | This article is part of a series we are running ahead of the second edition of our Mada Market to feature
A music-filled Tunisian film perfectly fits this doubtful moment
Laura Gribbon and Maha ElNabawi | Through a fictional Arabic alt-rock band, Khyam Allami has created a soundtrack that’s as nuanced,
The strange Middle East focus of Banksy’s Dismaland
Naira Antoun and Maha ElNabawi | “The way Banksy chose my work was strange, and the place is strange, and so I feel my participation
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