n.— «Mere mortals love to gawk at the bold and the beautiful: think society pages, celeb parties, glamour pics. No wonder then, that Lebanese magazine Mondanité (published in French) is so popular: it is solely dedicated to glam parties attended by living-it-up, dressed-to-the-nines party goers. The Gravanity twist? All the parties covered take place in Beirut, and the people in the pictures are NOT international sports heroes or local movie stars, but rather all of the Lebanese people that are part of the considerable “It’ scene. Each issue’s pages are packed with pictures of Beirut’s finest as they drink, dance, prance, meet and network.» —“Some of this might just work…” Jan. 13, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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