Israel Prize winner, who died Wednesday, composed more than 1,000 songs.
An intimate conversation with the leaders of the Jewish militias on the night that the UN announced the partition of Palestine inspired Natan Alterman to write the quintessential poem of bereavement and resurrection.
An early 20th century poem by Kadish Yehuda Silman, a Hebrew-language pioneer, tells the story of Moses in the ark.
A new documentary sheds light on the life and death of Yosef Haim Brenner, one of Hebrew literature's greatest icons.
Laor’s lawyers say Mifal Hapayis violated the prize rules and exceeded its authority in revoking the prize due to allegations of sexual harassment against Laor.
Asher Reich on who did what to whom.
It's Hebrew Book Week, and the perfect time to glance back at Hebrew writing from biblical times to the post-modernist escapists.
Thirty-five years after Ofra Haza sang 'Frecha,' Channel 2 is airing a new series 'Amamiyot.' Has anything changed?
More than six decades after their state was founded, Israelis still grapple with their identity.
Rutu Modan and Yirmi Pinkus bring their flair for the graphic to a new children's publishing house, Noah's Library.