'United States of Love' and 'Zoology' confront the themes of repressed desire and lack of compassion.
Culture & Life
Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York exhibits testimony of Middle Age Jerusalem’s rich aesthetic imprint and attachment to Jews, Muslims and Christians.
The 18 months Michal Waxman spent in the kitchen of the Safdi clan – one of whose members is the chef of Nazareth's famed Diana Restaurant – yielded 'Baladi,' cookbook of Arab cuisine.
There is no record of the Canaanites ousting their Egyptian overlords, but 3,100-year-old remains of fiery destruction suggest they did just that.
'Jackie' opens in U.S. movie theaters on Dec. 2.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
Maya Arad's new novel offers an accelerated lesson in the principles of the detective story. It’s intellectual, illuminating and brilliant — but also cold, mechanical and not particularly suspenseful.
Another 17 countries in Europe are at risk of widespread infection due to the presence of the mosquito responsible for the virus' transfer.
A computer simulated insect developed at Ben-Gurion University deviated from the straight and narrow and that led to a technology breakthrough.
In 'Metumtemet,' an aspiring actress goes undercover as a high school student to help the police get to the bottom of a drug and possible sex scandal.
Picasso finds a new voice in an exhibition of Yair Perez’s work, which in turn links up to the paintings of Assaf Rahat.
William Butler Yeats suggests fairies, for 'the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand'.
‘The Wolves’ is about a wily Israeli who returns from America and rides a tale of personal and familial humiliation to a soaring political career.