How the Old City's Damascus Gate Turned Into a Giant Pinball Machine

Hybrid pollen-jellyfish, anyone? Artists from around the world blaze trails at Light in Jerusalem festival.

Jerusalem's Damascus Gate has certainly seen its share of action over the years, from the second century AD when Rome's emperor Hadrian expanded the exit to the northwest; to the late 1530s, when Suleiman the Magnificent, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, rebuilt and reshaped the gate into its present glorious form; to today, when for a week the 1st-century edifice became a giant audiovisual...