'Indoors,' Eitan Green’s latest film, does not shrink away from setting the record straight: Every happy family is unhappy, in fact, in its own way
Yoel Marcus honored for 'opinionated, influential, independent and courageous writing' in career spanning 50 years
Grossman, nominated for his latest work 'A Horse Walks Into a Bar,' is the first Israeli to win the prize, one of the most important annual literary awards
TootArd's new direction works particularly well in its instrumental tracks
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Fragments of woven woolen cloths discovered in copper mines in Timnaare among oldest use of true plant dyes discovered in Middle East
Following her success in Israel with five short films about sexual harassment, writer-director Sigal Avin takes her project to the United States
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In his new nonfiction book the novelist’s language is wondrous as usual, but behind it lurks all the problems of the Zionist left – from arrogance and sanctification of secularism to dodging the toughest questions
New research shows that at least half the subjects tested did better with plain white bread than with so-called ‘healthy’ whole wheat slices
Prevented from reproducing, fish grow a lot bigger, Jerusalem professor proves on tilapia
‘GLOW,’ the new Netflix reprise of the 1980s female wrestling comedy series, is full of zingers, engaging characters and surprisingly enjoyable fight scenes
Liraz has said she’s been getting excited reactions from Iranian listeners, but our music critic wasn't impressed
As Poem of the Week bids farewell, Solomon Ibn Gabirol paints an alluring winter landscape.
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'