The Line Art Group’s exhibition of contemporary local paintings at National Museum of Ethiopia opened on April 16, 2011. The …More Here
For millions of Ethiopian children, it’s the most cherished moment of their day: a wide-eyed, smiling giraffe hops in front …More Here
The World Economic Forum has announced the new class of Young Global Leaders of 2011. One of the selected young …More Here
In a permanent exhibition of the artworks of Biru Worku, Seyoum Ayalew, and Seifu Abebe, Music Café, located in Arada, has taken some inspiration from the 19th century French art movement, Impressionism, to transcend forms and create an ideal meeting place for artists practicing different expressions of what everyone involved in the project calls “essentially the same thing,” writes MIREILLE DE VILLIERS, SPECIAL TO FORTUNE.
Liquid Lounge, located in Kazanchis, opened its doors two weeks ago. It is not only a lounge and bar, but also a restaurant; while it is not exclusive, it is not cheap; and while foreigners hang out there, Ethiopians do too.
Despite Chicken Hut, the international chain, opening a branch in Addis Abeba, with plans to open more in its wake to serve the capital fried chicken 15 hours a day, it is not exactly a fast food franchise, writes MIREILLE DE VILLIERS, SPECIAL TO FORTUNE.