I’m sure you all heard about the tragic death of Fast & Furious hunky actor and star, Paul Walker, on Saturday. He was 40. Frankly, this was a shock to me and I’m sure to all of his loyal fans and will undoubtedly leave a big gap in one of the world’s most successful movie franchises. Apparently, he died after a Porsche Carrera GT 2005 crashed into a light standard and burst in flames near Los Angeles (see below), he was the passenger.
I can’t really imagine how horrific the accident must have been since the Porsche has turned in a complete wreck, seriously scary. Now who would have ever imagined that his death would be caused by a supercar since he was all about furious and death defying racings in F&F movies. There’s no such a car that can save us from certain sudden death if we’re not always careful, million of things can go wrong at any moment of time. Farewell Paul.
A photowalk is a social photography event where photographers gather in a particular spot to photograph for an hour or more then have a social gathering after.
The good is that Scott Kelby’s worldwide photowalk never took place in Kuwait until now. It’s going to be on October 5th at Souk Al Mubarkeya.
There are some pretty cool prizes to be won including an Adobe Creative Cloud Membership and a canon 70D. So far there are 700 registered photowalks with 8500+ photographers.
Oh, don’t forget that the prizes are not just for the Kuwait event, it’s a worldwide event. If you are interested and beloieve you got what it takes, you can register for Kuwait’s photowalk on www.worldwidephotowalk.com
Date: October 5th, 2013 (Saturday)
Time: 10a.m – 12p.m
Location: Souk Al Mubarkiya, Kuwait City
Charge your battery.
Empty your memory card.
Wear comfortable shoes.
Wear comfortable clothes.
The Kuwait Fashion Week team Proud to invite us to participate In the 3rd fashion show and expo for the autumn/winter collection 2013 at Jumeirah hotel Kuwait on the 5th of October 2013.
Sponsors , Companies ,fashion designers , makeup artists and media houses are welcome to contact them for any inquires about Tickets or boutiques on: +965 5518 48 58
فريق عمل اسبوع الموضة الكويتي يتشرف بدعوتكم للمشاركة في لعرض الأزياء و المعرض الثالث لهذا العام لتشكيلة خريف/ وشتاء ٢٠١٣ في فندق ومنتج الجميرا في الخامس من وبر ٢٠١٣
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I read on AlAnba paper that Paris Saint Germain club got surprised when they saw that Kuwait Club new jersey looks virtually the same. In fact they look identically the same to me except the “Fly Emirates” in the center was replaced with “Kuwait Club”. I thought to myself that they are probably from the same designer but apparently not.
Tazmania did an article a while back titled: “Things I wish to See in Kuwait,” today I came across something that I wish to see in Kuwait. This amazing Lock Energy Station spotted in Austria by a reader of mine whos on vacation. You pick the cable compatible to your phone, hook it up, shut the little door, lock it, and take the key with you! No worries about having your phone stolen, no wasted time of having to stand by the machine waiting for your phone to charge, no hassle whatsoever! This is definitely something I would like to see in Kuwait as I remember that in university we had one of those phone charging machines but we’d always be fighting over who has the least battery life percentage and you would have to stand and wait for your phone to charge! This Lock Energy Station, is fast, simple and effective, saving time and hassle. Kuwait should invest their time in such effective ideas rather than importing and brain washing people into buying Evian Facial Mists, right El Toro?
From the US Ambassador: “While we have done much to expand education, health, and tourism exchanges between our two countries, the Discover America Festival is a chance for Kuwaitis to see the increasing interest that America’s companies, educational and medical institutions have in contributing to Kuwait’s future. It is this deep commitment that drives the commercial relationship between our nations.”
The festival was a great success as it attracted a lot of visitors to the education, health and tourism booths. The dual relationship between the US and Kuwait has been ongoing and growing with every step taken.
“The United States has substantial trade and commercial interests in Kuwait, our fifth largest export market in the Arab World. Trade volumes between the United States and Kuwait expanded by nearly 50%, from 10.5 billion in 2011 to $15.7 billion in 2012. We continue to be Kuwait’s largest foreign supplier. American industry is the largest foreign investor in Kuwait and largest private employer of Kuwaiti nationals, particularly in the petrochemical industry.” – US Ambassador
“The embassy, working closely with the U.S. private sector, stands ready to support commercial partnerships that benefit our two economies, our citizens, and our future.” – US Ambassador
A month ago I received an invitation from TRACCS (Trans Arabian Communications Company) and DFRE (Dubai Festivals and Retail Establishment) to go on a three night, four day trip to Dubai to enjoy Dubai Summer Surprises 2013. I was accompanied by 5 other bloggers, journalists, tweeters, and photographers during this trip – all from different parts of the world, which made this experience even more special. DFRE was generous enough to organize a comprehensive tour for us that included visits to DSS 2013 events and the key landmarks of Dubai.
The most exciting part of the trip for me, was the mesmerising view from “At The Top” of Burj Khalifa. Although the sun was scorching hot and the humidity was a killer, the view makes up for it all.
At 2,722 feet tall, and with 163 floors, the building boasts the world’s highest observation deck. The view from “At The Top,” shows you how complex Dubai really is. It’s amazing how many buildings, sky scrapers, towers, and landmarks can be built in such a short amount of time. It’s amazing how even though they already have so much, they always strive for more. Another interesting and fun part of my trip was Ski Dubai.