Hebrew-language Cinema of Israel site has information on 750 movies and 100 documentaries, with regular updates planned.
Culture & Life
The characters on long-running series can stand in for friends, especially for couples who don’t have a rich shared social life.
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.
Uri Scheft draws on his own travels and Israelis' childhood flavor memories in his new baking book, which ranges from Yemenite kubaneh to European marzipan in everything.
Russian-American writer Masha Gessen’s 'Where the Jews Aren't' tells the story of the failed Jewish Autonomous Region in Birobidzhan without being treacly or preachy.
Dense with Jewish language and themes, the new song 'You Want it Darker' will appear on Cohen's upcoming album of the same name, which features the cantor and chour from the Montreal synagogue he attended as a child.