From Doha, Qatar for 23 January 2015.
Category - Asia
I didn’t expect this week to evolve into somewhat of a Parade of Middle Eastern pop stars, but sometimes you just have to play with the cards you’re dealt. Pop parades don’t happen too often on Piran Café — you’re more likely to come...
From Doha, Qatar for 21 January 2015.
One of the most popular and widely respected singers in the Arab world.
Here are 15 shots from yesterday’s Slovenia-Belarus match at the Men’s Handball World Championship in Doha, Qatar. Slovenia prevailed 34-29, led by Dragan Gajic, above, who scored a whopping 15 goals, the high for the championship...
From Doha, Qatar, for 17 January 2015. Quite likely the first and last time that stories about Slovenia and John McCain, the man who unleashed Sarah Palin onto the world, will ever appear together on the front page of a Gulf region newspaper...
I hit the one-year straight mark yesterday with my Pic du Jour project, and was rewarded by the Gods with a nice sky just before sunset tonight.
From Doha, Qatar, for 14 January 2015.
In case you were wondering what sort of concessions are sold at a football match in Doha's Abdullah Bin Khalifa Stadium, let this satiate your curiosity.
From Doha, Qatar, where the key focus in both the Peninsula and Qatar Tribune is Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro’s State Visit over the weekend. Among the Tribune’s front page stories: Parents with children in expatriate...
A job that's safer than it looks and with the best views in town.
I’ve visited Doha, Qatar’s increasingly sprawling capital, about half a dozen times in the past half dozen years and what I find most fascinating is how rapidly the cityscapes change between visits. This was taken in the southwest...
A cobbler and a friend.
For Wordless Wednesday, a toilet with too many words.
Both sound inviting, don't they?
Remembering one of the largest anti-war demonstrations in US history.
Recalling a visit with Agent Orange's third generation.
Today's 'Smile of the Day' winner.
A moment of calm before the storm.
On Shanghai's busy Nanjing Road.