Eurovision is all about winning, but we have decided to honor the great songs that didn't make it to the top. From 'nul points' treasures to the most awkward performances: Our special Eurovision quiz
In an Op-Ed published by The Guardian, the rock star calls on 'everyone involved in what I see as Eurovision’s betrayal of our joint humanity to focus on their capacity to empathize with their Palestinian brothers and sisters'
After Warning From European Broadcasting Union, Netanyahu's Office to Pay for Some Eurovision Expenses
Prime Minister's Office announces transfer of additional 1.5 million shekels so preparations can resume after the production work was halted
Eurovision was born as a political initiative, but this year's competition is the most politically fraught ever
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
France threatened to pull out of the Eurovision, which Israel is hosting in May, if it runs a television comedy show about ISIS recruiting the French representative to carry out an attack during a live broadcast
Government ministries are passing the buck from one to the other, while key issues like security arrangements and transportation have yet to be resolved
Forecasts of the number of foreign visitors for May’s song competition in Tel Aviv have now been cut to about 20,000 amid high ticket prices and a late start to ticket sales
Lifeguards, market vendors and police officers participate in training designed to equip them with skills to treat tourists politely before they flock to Israel for the May song contest
Ex-Pink Floyd frontman argues artists who opt out of contest set for May in 'apartheid' Tel Aviv will be 'remembered for standing on the right side of history'
La Bohème offers drinks ranging from classic cocktails to innovative mixtures and a much-desired nightlife alternative for the LGBT community
Unlike last year's 'Toy,' a fast-paced pop song, Israel's 2019 nominee is a ballad
Inter-ministerial task force set up to determine how to manage possible political criticism of Israel or violations of the boycott law by foreign Eurovision delegations
Iceland's Eurovision pick Hatari threatens to turn its Tel Aviv performance into a protest and challenges Netanyahu to a fight
Police also investigating suspicions of large-scale scalping of tickets already sold
Anna Korsun, 27, who goes by the stage name Maruv, was selected by a public vote on Saturday to sing at the contest in Israel
Singer Bilal Hassani is in Israel to film a video clip for the competition
As this year's seder nears, here are some local wines that will make your holiday, all for less than 100 shekels
Lopez, 49, will play at Tel Aviv’s Hayarkon Park on August 1
Pampering the bacteria needed to treat sewage is costly and just replaces one planetary blight with another. Enter Aqwind and its algae.