Anglo leverages Twitter handles to make a new jewelry hit.
David Sheen is a reporter and content editor at Haaretz.com.
Originally from Toronto, Canada, Sheen has blogged online since he first moved to Israel in 1999. He has authored award-winning blogs on ecological sustainability and social justice.
Sheen also directed the short film The Red Pill and the feature film First Earth, and was a featured speaker at TEDxJohannesburg in 2010.
Students from Southeast Asia gain hands-on experience with local farming practices in the Arava desert.
Two of three controversial videos meant to convince citizens living abroad to return to Israel remain online despite criticism by U.S. Jews.
A new $8.5 million building includes a synagogue, study hall and library, built on land purchased by the Conservative Jewry's Theological Seminary of America in the mid-1950s.
British supporters of Hazon Yeshaya say they were compelled to halt the transfer of funds after they had 'heard rumors' of financial irregularities.
Katowice has a confirmed Jewish community of 120, but its new chief rabbi, Yehoshua Ellis, expects the actual number may be ten times that.
Israeli-South African couple asks public to forgo presents in favor of charity.
Before, signs featured information about lines, routes and times in English and Hebrew, now, new signs drop English.
True, a 99 percent-strong J14 might only be able to assemble tens of thousands of dedicated activists. But that's more than enough to occupy the entire Knesset.
New Ramat Hasharon foundation Takdim hopes to learn from Jewish Federations of North America as it aims to stand on equal ground with Diaspora communities.