Lopez, 49, will play at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park on August 1
'When I’m flying through the water with my tail, I forget all my worries'
The tale of Israel's miraculous double Eurovision win, and the birth of the most successful song to come out of the contest since ABBA
Haaretz excitedly reported to its readers that 'people are dancing in the air' for the first time ever
The Historical Jewish Press Project has uploaded Haaretz issues from its first 13 years of existence - now digitally available, free of charge
'What’s the Alternative – to Join the Forces of Evil?' Israeli Singer Noa's Revolution Against 'Trumpism'
The singer talks with Haaretz about her new album, Bach, the Israeli cross she has to bear and how to survive in the era of Cardi B.
As this year's seder nears, here are some local wines that will make your holiday, all for less than 100 shekels
From the expulsion of the Hyksos to Armageddon, the epic Passover saga does not reflect a specific event, but seems to contain distant memories that may give us clues to the real history of the ancient Israelites
Nadav Lapid says the fact his film was financed by the Culture Ministry is 'the supreme expression' of Israel's democratic character
A springtime hike in the Upper Galilee, along Tzalmon Stream and the Parod waterfalls, is an unadulterated pleasure – but beware the blight of litter
It takes a world, not a village, to fix the problem we created, but the technology (mostly) already exists, says the architect of the Paris Agreement and co-winner of this year’s Dan David Prize
Don't despair that the season is finishing soon — the internecine feuds in the House of Representatives will make you forget all about the House of Lannister
Arts & Leisure
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
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'