During his last visit to Israel, the British singer spoke out against cultural boycotts.
Culture & Life
Students start freshman year motivated and excited, but soon grow disappointed. The fault lies with Tinder as a way of life.
The buffet at Market House steers clear of the classic Israeli buffet and offers deliberately small amounts that are frequently replenished.
A group of archeologists are in a race with antiquities thieves to find artifacts in the Judean Desert. Haaretz joins the diggers as they explore the Cave of Skulls, an inaccessible space below a cliff top.
More than 100 films are being screened at this year’s Docaviv Festival, including documentaries about Steve Jobs, Marlon Brando and Janis Joplin. A guide to 10 that are worth seeing (and one that’s not).
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
With prose that resembles a soldier’s body – lean and muscular, understated but elegant beneath the fatigues – Matti Friedman writes a heartbreaking memoir about the fear and fallacies surrounding Israel's 'self-inflicted' war in the 1990s.
Another 17 countries in Europe are at risk of widespread infection due to the presence of the mosquito responsible for the virus' transfer.
A brain receptor regulates stress responses differently in male and female mice and, it turns out, eating gets affected. In females, Israeli scientists at Weizmann discovered.
The BBC provides lots of entertainment, but why is it so short on talk shows that are worth watching?
The American musician, who was targeted by the anti-Israel BDS movement and is best known for his song 'Happy,' will appear in the Tel Aviv suburb of Rishon Letzion on July 21.
Rachel Hadas finds new spaces by trying to switch from her right hand to her left, for art's sake.
The music flowed, the lighting glowed and the lady crowed. The witches were in black-and-silver, all the rest wore red, and after the blood was spilled and the singing stilled, peace was fulfilled.