The triumph of 'Ramy' is that its main character occupies multiple modern worlds while sticking to religion, raising questions about tradition and faith along the way
Life & Culture
Once a hub for social outcasts, annual convention has morphed into colorful, unapologetic celebration. Even those who used to mock the geeks joined the party
A new find – a fortified wall in Lachish – proves the Kingdom of Israel and Judah was already vast in the 10th century, says the archaeologist who located it. But skeptics disagree
Everyone loves starch, but we finally have proof from the South African coast that taste for it goes back to early human history, shedding some light on how our diet evolved
The Antiquities Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday that the tomb is from the Greco-Roman period, which began with Alexander the Great in 332 B.C.
For the past three years, Batshon has been one of Tel Aviv's more popular options for purchasing fresh fish and seafood. Their new location on Carlebach Street features a very important upgrade
Science & Health
Look and ye shall find: The enigmatic myxozoans may have lost most of their jellyfish genes but they found hosts everywhere, even on dry land
The comedic genius Alan Partridge has been coming and going on the BBC for many a year. Will the last episode of his current show really be his last, or will he rise from the ashes once again?
Researchers deciphered the name of Maximinus Thrax, who ruled the Roman Empire between 235 and 238 A.D.
A springtime hike in the Upper Galilee, along Tzalmon Stream and the Parod waterfalls, is an unadulterated pleasure – but beware the blight of litter