Israeli artist Maayan Strauss aims to highlight the danger of global warming in an installation in which real polar bears might get to eat the refuse from liposuction operations
Meet the artists and curators seeking to vitalize Haredi art world, and if possible, see fewer paintings of challahs and rabbis.
A visit to Metzukei Dragot shows you there’s a world without boundaries – but living without boundaries ultimately breaks you.
Most Israelis overlook the existence of the veteran Abu Salem café and its elderly all-male clientele.
A senior firefighter says local Arab politicians 'set fires in the morning and come to be interviewed at night'; Mohammed, a paramedic, says that while saving people from the flames, he doesn't think about accusations being made against Arabs.
The official Republican Party in Israel faces off with a brash new group, Trump Blue & White.
Despite rabbinical censorship and lack of popularity among the nonreligious public, ultra-Orthodox women are among the most prolific writers in Israel.
In Kafr Qasem, Jews and Arabs sharing a love for pigeons meet weekly and become friends. Their optimism triumphs even over the checkpoints and the ban on commerce with the West Bank and Jordan. Harbingers of peace?
In Eritrea and Israel, Michael Keflemarim vowed to take his passion for cycling all the way. The end of the way may come sooner than expected when he is hauled to a detention facility for migrants.
Egyptian peninsula was long considered out of bounds for Israelis, but they’re venturing south once more – and it's not just hippies.