In an interview, Ohad Naharin said he would support the Israel boycott 'if [it] would improve the situation in the territories or bring a solution to the conflict'
'Douze Points', which tells the story of a French competitor blackmailed by ISIS, is embarrassing. But there's a sole consolation
Plus, special joint bar mitzvah and bat mitzvah ceremony for a group of deaf or hearing-impaired children, and immigrants learn about affordable housing options in Israel
In her first interview as the institution’s director, Tania Coen-Uzzielli says she’ll bring in fashion and design shows and is confident the state cannot enforce censorship of art
The ten episode series '68 Whisky' follows a group of army medics is based on the popular Israeli series 'Charlie Golf One'
Decision is part of a series of moves the municipality is advancing that will force neighborhood’s weaker populations having to leave, local activist says
In the early 20th century, Israel became a center of the 'International Style,' but contrary to urban legend, the local obsession was not exclusive to Tel Aviv
Eat, drink and party like a local when in Tel Aviv for the Eurovision. We asked the coolest residents for the city's secret gems and recommendations, so you won't have to
Nirit Takele says she has always painted about the disadvantaged Ethiopian community; it’s not some stream of ‘black art’ shown for the trendy in New York or London
Outgoing education minister, whose party didn't make it into new Knesset, gave a final speech at official event marking the end of Independence Day celebrations
Pictures from a private collection offer a glimpse into the daily lives of ordinary people in an extraordinary time
A compromise has been reached that will keep the Barbur Gallery open for at least the next three months, after it earlier sparked city's ire for hosting event by Breaking the Silence
Once May 1 was one of Israel's most popular holidays, often bringing Arabs and Jews together in solidarity. Why is it barely observed by anybody but a handful of teenagers any more?
The French designer is expected to arrive in Israel on May 13. The last time he dressed Israeli singer Dana International for her iconic 1998 performance
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
Plus, J-Town Playhouse present Dan Gordon’s ‘Irena’s Vow’ in Jerusalem and Holocaust survivor Betty Kazin recounts her remarkable life story
'When I’m flying through the water with my tail, I forget all my worries'
Yariv Alter had two lives: one as a young musician in Tel Aviv in the alternative band DXM, and another as an artist and a teacher in Amsterdam. Artists, friends and former bandmates reflect on a tortured but uniquely talented soul
Final round of tickets for the song contest, which will be held in Israel next month, is expected to go on sale Tuesday night
What makes teen superstar Noa Kirel tick? Haaretz spent five months on the road with the singer-dancer-actress, who turned 18 this week, in an effort to crack the secrets of her meteoric success
Plus, find a seder for Passover next week and then plan a post-Pesach walk
Does the fact that Israeli musician Ellyot composed a soundtrack for a German classic have anything to do with the Holocaust?
Brooklyn-born Yoni Zigelboum is better known by his stage name, Yoni Z. Beyond wanting to win a Grammy for his catchy tunes about the relationship between man and God, he also has more modest goals
Plus, seven winners announced of 2019 Sylvan Adams Bonei Zion Prize and Telfed awards over 460 scholarships at annual ceremony in Ramat Gan
Jewish humor is associated not with Israel but the United States – where it never loses the outsider’s perspective
Miri Regev is 'harming the public the ministry is meant to serve' by failing to announce their 2019 budget, leading institutes urge in letter to the minister
The Sylvan Adams Bonei Zion award recognizes outstanding English-speaking olim who contributed to Israel in a meaningful way
Plus, Israel Association of Writers in English celebrating 26th edition of arc and a talk on the rift between American Jews and Israel
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