Shlomo Cohen-Abarbanel won artistic success while serving as a secret agent in Egypt in the early 1950s; Israeli artist Tamir Zadok traveled to Cairo in pursuit of his story
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
'Girls' creator and star says she has 'fallen in love with the poetry of Yehuda Amichai' after the death of her grandmother
Four new singles by Israeli pop artists range the gamut from fresh trash to an abandonment of irony
'Inside me,' says Asis D'Orange, 'I have both a religious person who eats kosher and a gay man who dances in tight clothes on a truck'
English artist Simon Fujiwara's ambitious project starts with a gift shop model of the Anne Frank House and incorporates donated copies of 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
The security briefing at the entrance to the compound that was designated for sexual activity eliminated whatever desire was left. At some point you realize what the veterans already know: Nothing is happening
Iconic 1980s pop group best known for hits ‘Do You Really Want to Hurt Me?’ and ‘Karma Chameleon’
The group's bassist is the son of well-known Israeli musician Alon Oleartchik, a major figure in the Tel Aviv jazz scene
Wisin is credited with breaking Reggaeton into the mainstream