A list of Holocaust movies sometimes forgotten, but always worth a watch.
Shallow and patronizing imagery of women and Mizrahi pop clichés are abundant in Eyal Golan's new album, but this won't put off his die-hard fans
The movie has been shown at 60 festivals in 36 countries and won 24 prizes, says Tel Aviv University’s Steve Tisch School of Film and Television.
Tamer Nafar, star of 'Junction 48,' laments that it's hard to sing love songs when you're a Palestinian in Israel
Sarit Hadad’s new album has a pretty silly title, but she does know how to belt out a tune.
Erez Tadmor's 'Homeport' is not a trivial film, but it could have been a much more complex and satisfying work.
Former black sheep Zak Stern says that if it wasn't for his religious wife, he would never have opened a kosher bakery: 'I had no idea what I was getting into'
Homer is the earliest mention of the extreme measures ancient Greeks used against the teredo, which could cause warships to break apart mid-sea.
Danny Sanderson’s new album isn’t as good as his previous one, but even if it’s not a bullseye, it’s definitely on target.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel
In Simone Zelitch’s imaginary Judenstaat, the flag resembles Auschwitz uniforms, German beats Yiddish, and the Soviets – unsurprisingly – are the bad guys.
Another 17 countries in Europe are at risk of widespread infection due to the presence of the mosquito responsible for the virus' transfer.
What do dying people regret? And what do they want to know?
With a rich selection of British TV series to watch, two police procedurals – ‘Unforgotten’ and ‘Broadchurch’ – demonstrate why the Brits have an advantage over their American counterparts
Meet the artists and curators seeking to vitalize Haredi art world, and if possible, see fewer paintings of challahs and rabbis.
As Poem of the Week bids farewell, Solomon Ibn Gabirol paints an alluring winter landscape.
The Ikea version of a play: ready for self-assembly from pre-existing parts.