The life of Dona Gracia, who lived in 16th century Europe, is the subject of a new historical novel.
The Archetype of the Wandering Jew: Corinne Evens' Globe-spanning Empire of Business and Philanthropy
Belgian-born to wealthy Polish parents and now based in Paris, Corinne Evens founded a real estate empire, has business and philanthropic interests in Israel and Europe, and recently launched her own line of jewelry.
Polish journalist Jacek Hugo-Bader undertakes arduous expeditions to remotest Russia, living with the people he writes about. In his acclaimed book 'White Fever,' he chronicles an epic road trip to Siberia, which was both life-affirming and death-defying.
The unfulfilled life and death of a quintessential Israeli beauty, told by those who loved her.
A conference last week celebrated the achievements of the 'Gomulka aliyah,' an underreported wave of immigration from Poland in the late 1950s, whose participants weren't Zionist but fell in love with their adopted homeland.
How are perfect pitayas and magnificent mangoes produced? With the help − as wise farmers have learned − of a rare database called the Jordan Valley soil archive. Meet the experts who know its secrets.
Vera Baboun, the first woman mayor of the city where Jesus was born, faces no small task: To improve a dire economic situation and to stop residents from emigrating.
A new exhibition sheds light on Boris Schatz's unknown daughter and threatens to revive a feud between the Jerusalem and Tel Aviv schools of art.
Prof. Hamutal Bar Yosef's biography is interwoven with that of the country: immigration, deprivation, bereavement and survival. Despite getting a late start, she has become a leading figure in the field of Hebrew literature.
When does an architect's copyright expire and yield to the demands of the daily life of a building's occupants?