From a meal in an Arab village to a political discussion in the West Bank, there are excursions to match everyone’s interests. And you might just learn something about yourself
When contemporary artists are drafted to propose new possibilities for a seemingly passé medium – public wall art – the results are most impressive
Beautiful Inside and Out, 'Inclusive' Tel Aviv School Is What 21st-century Education Could Look Like
Could this be the wave of the future?
Israel born Stephane Legar rose to stardom after singing about how everything in this country is 'Comme Ci Comme ça'. Now he is dying for people to stop talking about the color of his skin
Of the 1,500 entries in the competition, 20 were selected to be displayed at the gallery, including two from Israel
One day, Prof. Yang Yang decided to learn Hebrew in Peking University because 'enough students were studying Arabic.' He ended up falling in love with it, and now translates and speaks a Hebrew that any Tel Avivian would envy
Adeena Sussman tells Haaretz about her best-selling book, ‘Sababa,’ and the passion that has put the Israeli iteration of Middle East cuisine on the map
The foreign brides imported en masse were also treated as elites, going by their grave goods, but they had lowly local staff buried with nothing
Sameh Zoabi takes flak from both sides for his films like the current ‘Tel Aviv on Fire.’ He tells Haaretz why it's best to turn the gloom into satire
Eilat could be a tourism gem if it capitalized on its coral reef. Meanwhile, these are the best beaches to explore it with a snorkel
The sun may be shining, but Israel is far from reaching its goals of harnessing this powerful energy resource
Short of Larry David reading extracts from the Talmud, this may be the most defiantly Jewish show on HBO ever. (This review contains spoilers about the entire series, which finished this week)
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In the early 20th century, Israel became a center of the 'International Style,' but contrary to urban legend, the local obsession was not exclusive to Tel Aviv
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'