Spring is in the air, which means that the annual Jacob’s Ladder Festival is right around the corner and
Life & Culture
Twenty-five years ago this month, Benjamin Netanyahu released ‘A Place Among the Nations.’ It remains the blueprint to his policies and the key to understanding today’s Israel
And if they haven't gotten laid, fruit flies demonstrate a desire to get drunk. Studying pleasure in Drosophila neurons could help us better understand and treat the mechanisms of addiction in humans brain, researchers say
The entire region quailed before King Sennacherib, known for horribly torturing rebel monarchs, but he didn't kill King Hezekiah. Inquiring minds have been asking why ever since
'One time I took a picture of Christopher’s working papers because my own children didn’t believe me,' a temple member says, 'They wanted to put it on Instagram'
The pita, a carbohydrate wonder, is challenging top chefs and winning friends worldwide. Here are some of the best pita joints in Tel Aviv
Science & Health
Korean and U.S. scientists find we and chimps have amped-up fight-or-flight reactions written into our DNA, and so do some bonobos, which may be the result of a genetic reaction to the threat of slaughter
Sandra Oh, who spent 10 years annoying us on 'Grey’s Anatomy,' is pretty funny in the spy drama 'Killing Eve'
Surveying by mole rat burrowing in studying Tel ‘Eton in the Hebron hills, sways the debate toward the existence of a major United Monarchy in the Davidic and Solomonic eras, archaeologist claims
Launching in time for Israel's 70th birthday, the 10-stop local version of Boston's Freedom Trail is centered in the seaside city's buzzing financial, culinary and cultural hub