Soon Tel Aviv itself as a cultural entity will disappear. Instead, it will become a real estate asset
Goodbye Sweet Potato Latkes The End of Tel Aviv's Orna and Ella Is More Than Just a Closure of a Restaurant
The last culinary and cultural bastion on Tel Avivs Sheinkin Street, Orna and Ella caf, is closing after 25 years
After a successful Indian version of a popular local series, Israel is keen to collaborate with Bollywood. Could the worlds most prolific film industry be on its way to the Holy Land?
Lorde axed her planned show in Tel Aviv after an open letter urged her to 'join the artistic boycott of Israel'
Amir Sommer, who has Jewish, Arab, Tigrinyan and blue blood in his veins, writes poems about God and tries to evade a family curse
Chef Einat Admony's popular Tam restaurants, a big draw for hipsters, are now getting a boost from former investors and staff from the beleaguered Chipotle chain
Fresh meat and fish, great hummus, a grocery store featuring seasonal produce and a bakery that shouldn't be missed: A culinary tour of Tira
Mega-droughts caused by long-term climate cycles devastated the Levant 120,000 and 10,000 years ago, research shows. Now scientists predict it’s going to happen again
Miri Regev tells Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav that the privately funded event 'seeks to undermine our sovereignty and the very existence of the State of Israel'
A new theory proposed by scientists at Oxford says that most of the water is still there, in the planet's crust
WATCH Bill Maher Calls Out '#MeToo McCarthyism,' While Michael Wolff Claims Trump Is Having an Affair
'I'm down with #MeToo, I'm not down with #MeCarthyism,' Maher said. 'Something is way off when Senator Kirsten Gillibrand can go unchallenged'
Arts & Leisure
The $5 million winning proposal for the building's design was 'modest, not grandiose, and it spoke to us,' says Hebrew University CEO
Artistic director quits popular Acre Fringe Theater Festival after public steering committee disqualifies 'Prisoners of Occupation'