An musician who is searching and not treading water deserves praise. But does Benayoun’s new approach measure up?
An enormous flood in 1966 destroyed a central part of Florence's history, recall 10 Bezalel alumni marking the anniversary of the rescue of a trove of cultural treasures.
Overnight Sabbath stews were invented out of religious necessity, and offer excellent flavor for minimum work. This collection of hamin and cholent dishes from around the Jewish diaspora will keep you comforted and fed through spring.
Out-of-place stone in sandstone Neanderthal cave in Croatia wasn't a tool and had no business being there: Neanderthals had sense of aesthetic, archaeologists conclude.
A newcomer who is producer, scriptwriter, director and lead actor has made a movie that places her at the forefront of promising young Israeli filmmakers.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
In his rather radical survey of Jewish literature from antiquity to the last century, Adam Kirsch highlights the importance of eclectic religious and worldly texts and authors for synagogue-shy Jews today.
Another 17 countries in Europe are at risk of widespread infection due to the presence of the mosquito responsible for the virus' transfer.
Israeli government warns it had found high levels of lead in coffee made by many of the devices recently inspected, without specifying particular machines or cafe chains.
'Bright Lights,' an HBO documentary about Reynolds and Fisher's complex mother-daughter relationship, exposes the pain underneath the glamour of show business.
An exhibition documents the uprooting of Yemenite Jews from their farm on Lake Kinneret early in the last century, and honors Rachel, the iconic poet who, ill with tuberculosis, was also expelled from the area.
Israeli theater rarely mounts productions for actors, but Neil Simon’s 'Lost in Yonkers' has a lead role that’s tailor-made for one actress.