Maureen Nehedar’s transition from Hebrew to Farsi allows her to express additional sensibilities and hues of her amazing vocal talent.
Culture & Life
Artists from around the world ink the wounded to try and erase painful memories while drawing inspiration from the works at the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.
Poem of the Week
William Butler Yeats suggests fairies, for 'the world’s more full of weeping than you can understand'.
'All, all, all' - Almog Behar on teaching a toddler inclusiveness.
'They demanded the song; but, oh never / That triumph the stranger shall know': Playboy and revolutionary Lord Byron on the Babylonian exile.
'Here’s the crumb corner, between the TV and the bookshelves': Yael Statman is moving back to Israel and realizes she can't pack the past.
In which the author of the column confesses her ignorance of Paul Laurence Dunbar and a formative national text.
A trip to three small food producers in the Hula Valley, where you can get everything you need for a picnic. Just bring the wine.
Maya Arad's new novel offers an accelerated lesson in the principles of the detective story. It’s intellectual, illuminating and brilliant — but also cold, mechanical and not particularly suspenseful.
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.