Amman Design Week’s 2017 program consisted of “The Hangar Exhibition”, presenting the work of local artists, designers and photographers. More than just a series of colorful and pretty pieces, each project exhibited at ADW had its own message to portray on the overall theme of ‘movement’.
Sunday evening’s open mic night became a little chill in the busy school routine, and last night, eight brilliant performers presented their delightful entertainment to the community at the second show in this year’s open mic series.
Our music critic on last week’s Andrea Bocelli concert in Jerash.
My parents signed me up for my first Chinese class without my knowing. And only now have I stopped taking Chinese classes—after seven years.
Spread across the lawn, between the gallery and auditorium, the majority of the school congregates for an out-door dinner and to support the first open mic of the year. As the day shifts into a typical warm summer night, social groups convene and gravitate towards the stage, as teachers and faculty create a border along the edge of the crowd.
by Emad Butt
A collection of seniors’ original plays impresses the King’s community
Dance takes the stage for a night, and grand finale (or maybe just an intermission) for Mr. Ryuji’s decade-long career at King’s Academy
A photo-essay by Saria Samakie
Have you ever wondered what makes a video game series legendary? All it needs is a great storyline, spectacular and attention-grabbing gameplay, and an amazing world/universe that expands your imagination drastically. Quite a few video game series, in my opinion, have achieved this, with some even gaining bonuses on the way including great co-op and epic soundtracks. So without further ado, here is the list of the most legendary video gaming series of all time.