After raising over $25,000 through crowdfunding, the activists behind Layla Tov are working to make sure Tel Aviv's vibrant night life is fun and safe for women, with zero tolerance towards harassment.
Participants struggling through the 13 kilometer obstacle course at Tel Aviv's first-ever Mud Day race made for some hilarious images.
The recently opened Hiriya plant, one of the largest of its kind in the world, produces refuse-derived fuel.
Top floors of Bein Arim Tower will be a hotel, promising stunning views across the city; more towers are planned.
Tasting a wide variety of pickled vegetables and fruits merge with tales of missed opportunities at a new series of food-centered evenings in Tel Aviv.
Jewish and Muslim police officers turn on each other after a policeman sings an Arab song at a Purim party outside Tel Aviv. 'It was embarrassing,' officer says.
Young people didn't leave Tel Aviv, they just grew older and stayed. But can the metropolis handle its changing demography?
With hot tub, room service and unobstructed sea views, 15 lucky couples could win one-night stays on the beachfront.
Three enterprising farmers use hydroponic methods to grow veggies atop Dizengoff Center in the heart of Tel Aviv and offer them freshly picked on a daily basis.
American artist Tommy Hartung's 'Lilith' adds a whimsical comment to the non- human condition.