The events on Israel's borders might be keeping some guests away, but those who show up can catch current and older classics that take you from America's death row to France's wine country
The song contest will attract 20,000 tourists, but will require $7 million in investment, a bigger performance arena and special Shabbat work permits for hotels
To perform in Israel 'would be a betrayal of everyone who ever stood up for civil or human rights anywhere,' ex-Pink Floyd frontman writes on Facebook
Court rules Barbur Gallery will have to vacate its premises by February 2019, tilting the case in favor of the Jerusalem municipality, which sought to shutter the gallery after it hosted the anti-occupation NGO last year
Schindler's List at 25: With the Original Holocaust Movie Coming Back to Theaters, Here Is a List of Classics to Watch at Home
A list of Holocaust movies sometimes forgotten, but always worth a watch
In our weekly Instagram challenge, Haaretz asked followers to tag photos with the word celebration. We received a lot of joy, laughter and silliness – and some sobering moments
European potatoes are shrinking because of declining rainfall in recent years and mounting temperatures: Bad news for fries eaters who will get a shorter version this year
Imported jewelry in tombs in the Romanian heartland reveals brisk trade with Scandinavia and Mesopotamia in antiquity, but why were these gems put inside caves in the first place?
Israeli Arab Director Rejects BDS Movement’s 'Dangerous, Condescending' Request to Ax U.K. Film Screening
BDS movement says 'Holy Air' screening is propaganda meant to cover up 'Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people'
The rough and ready, the bold and beautiful and the teen humanitarian will be appalled to learn that they don’t exist, according to new data
The 'Wonder Woman' star appears as herself in the 30th season premiere
Arts & Leisure
Salim Dau says the nation-state bill doesn’t ruffle him, but Jews trying to own his cuisine does
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'