Cravings for the sweet Middle East treat have made it a hit. What to order and how it may differ from the real deal
19-year-old TV contest winner Eden Alene says competition has 'turned me from a girl with a dream into a seasoned singer'
Once priding in high army enlistment rates, Daliat al-Carmel now wants to showcase its artistic scene
Dorit Rabinyan's 'All the Rivers' was at the heart of a controversy after Israel's Education Ministry refused to include it in reading list for high school students
Shlomo Maayan is working to realize his dream to recreate the historic rail route that was shut down in 1952, by operating a locomotive that was in operation in the same period as the Valley Train, which he found in Greece
The Israeli education system has failed to teach its Jewish students Arabic. Young Jewish artists, designers and entrepreneurs are increasingly taking matters into their own hands
The food may not be kosher, but St. Petersburg’s Israeli restaurants have a lot of blue-and-white flags and Mediterranean music. Israeli-style falafel, shakshuka and shawarma, it seems, have become a big hit in Russia’s northern capital
Small-brained creature interbred with the common ancestor of Neanderthals and Denisovans, then half a million years later with Denisovans too – and you may have traces in your DNA
Deputy attorney general says cancellation 'violates freedom of expression'; culture minister called for the cancellation of the showing of 'Lea Tsemel, Advocate,' which she claims glorifies terrorists
One bite is all it takes to be pulled into the cult of Itzik and Ruthie
Due to a dispute among state agencies, feeding stations weren’t replenished, so the birds nosh on pecans instead
Hulu's gender-flipped ‘High Fidelity’ reboot makes a well-meaning, well-executed series – but is it really worth watching?
Arts & Leisure
Starring leeks, yams, buckwheat and chard – recipes for vegan pancakes that are great on Hanukkah and all year long
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'