The organizers say they hope the events, which usually take place in June, can be held later this summer; virtual pride events will still be held
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Along with Eytan Fox's 'Tablet,' the official competition will include Ruthie Pri-Bar’s debut film 'Asia' and Talya Lavie's 'Honeymood,' to be screened non-competitively
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For 19 years, no one knew what had happened to the painting. Then, in 2015, a woman in Jerusalem died, and her family found the painting in a safe
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Nothing remains of the 3,500-year-old Canaanite mud-city of Yerza but scattered pottery and this gloating triumph from the past, now found by a 6-year-old boy
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Arts & Leisure
A sale in Jaffa of artwork by the national psychic leaves this visitor under-awed, albeit appreciative of his astounding marketing skills
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'