Maureen Nehedar’s transition from Hebrew to Farsi allows her to express additional sensibilities and hues of her amazing vocal talent.
Arts & Leisure
Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York exhibits testimony of Middle Age Jerusalem’s rich aesthetic imprint and attachment to Jews, Muslims and Christians.
The new album by The Aprons might seem like a routine derivative of the dream-pop aesthetic, but the picture is much clearer than that.
Israel’s first conference devoted to Hebrew-language detective fiction proved a stark reminder that few fictional private eyes have left a mark on Israeli literature — although one has come close.
Picasso finds a new voice in an exhibition of Yair Perez’s work, which in turn links up to the paintings of Assaf Rahat.
My magic wand: A short story by Leonid Pekarovsky.
Dikla's new album, ‘Sippur Optimi,’ lacks the magnificent melodies of its predecessor.
New discs by Israeli violinist Itamar Zorman and violist Guy Ben-Ziony overflow with originality and artistic integrity.
But the major failing of Gaston Zvi Ickowicz’s 'The City of Rawabi' is in its erotic aspect.
Eviatar Banai’s sincerity and humor are no longer sufficient, Amir Benayoun is too faithful to his wife, and Haim Ifergan misses the mark.