Museum reportedly called off an exhibit by Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei and Israeli photographer Miki Kratsman because of political pressures.
Life & Culture
'Saturday Night Live' will feature the Democratic presidential candidate alongside the comedian, who has portrayed Sanders a number of times on the show this season.
Like pornography, the romance novel is rife with fundamentalist terrorism of the emotions – reason enough to treat it as equally dangerous.
In vivid contrast to its title, 'Wallflower' is a subtle, precise and highly imaginative dance performance.
'Natasha,' the new film by writer David Bezmozgis, delivers chilling memories and a searing portrait of a Russian-Jewish family in Canada.
The huge 60-foot wooden boat, preserved by the desert sands over 4,500 years, had to have been very expensive to build.
Jet-fighter pilot and engineer Samantha Cristoforetti spent a record 200 days in space doing science, if only because the ride home got stuck.
Your guide to exhibits, tours and other attractions around Israel.
Jacob Oryah, a religious vintner, challenged the notion that wine touched by a secular person cannot be kosher – and was promptly punished for it. But he persevered to make what has been described as Israel's tastiest and most thought-provoking wine.
Although there's no proof that the Zika virus is responsible for birth defects, World Health Organization chief says 'level of alarm is extremely high.'
Spoiler alert | ‘Mozart in the Jungle’ reveals that the private lives of classical musicians can be just as entertaining as those of rock stars.
This is an entertaining film that makes every attempt to be forceful as well – and it succeeds.
‘Borderlife,’ the book at the center of a controversy involving the Education Ministry, depicts a desperate attempt by the protagonists, a Jewish woman and an Arab man, to make love, not war. The issue of assimilation that it raises cannot be dismissed lightly.
Low on bread but high on passion: Malkiel Lusternik imagines pioneering life in pre-state Israel.
Shlomo Bar Aba has organized a one-man show, a kind of ‘This is Your Life’ that’s as uproariously funny as it is moving.