Integrated markets were thought to have started with the industrial revolution, but now pollen data demonstrates unexpectedly skewed crop choices, especially located on the Aegean coast
Life & Culture
Drone photography will be the main event at the Local Testimony photojournalism exhibition for 2020
German public TV recently broadcasted two movies on the painful, persisting problem of antisemitism at school, made by Jewish directors with a Russian background
Screenwriter Herman J. Mankiewicz’s colorful life gets suitably cinematic treatment in David Fincher’s blissful Netflix biopic. Plus, reviews of HBO documentary ‘Baby God’ and the rom-com ‘Happiest Season’
In First Temple-period Judah, statuettes of women holding up their breasts were apparently a must-have item, but were they images of Yahweh’s wife, fertility figurines, or something else?
Just outside Mosul, and six years after the Islamic State slaughtered and drove out Christian and Yazidi Iraqis, Saad Hussein is one of the last making arak from dates – not grapes – a regional specialty, now almost extinct
Science & Health
A panel has proposed that people 80 and over, medical staffers with high exposure to COVID and people with risk factors be given top preference
‘Homeland’ Creators Are Adapting Nathan Englander’s ‘Dinner at the Center of the Earth’ Into a TV Series
The story centers on a Prisoner Z who is being held at a secret prison site in Israel’s Negev Desert
Part of the now-submerged Doggerland would have survived the massive tsunamis triggered by the Storegga Slide and people would have reclaimed the land, until it was finally submerged beneath the rising seas
The ancient desert city of Haluza – a key artery on the Incense Route some 1,700 years ago – lies in shameful neglect. Could Israel’s agreement with the Gulf states reverse its fortunes?