David Erhrlich, who founded cultural hub that hosted writers, poets and intellectuals in 1994, suffers fatal heart attack. He was 61
The Zappa B’Gai festival is linking up with the City of David, which is operated by a messianic right-wing organization that funds efforts to Judaize East Jerusalem
Lawmaker Rachel Azaria's decision to run may bode ill for the non-Haredi, pluralistic community, but also shows that rumors of the latter's death were premature
Yaakov Litzman, a Haredi deputy minister, is reportedly pressuring mayoral candidates to bar Mahane Yehuda’s restaurants and pubs from staying open late
The place is reopening despite what insiders call the mayor’s efforts to mollify the ultra-Orthdox community ahead of the next election
The open-air market has been Jerusalem’s top entertainment attraction for years, but there are concerns that its nightlife scene is killing daytime trade.
Five-year-old Jerusalem Light Rail has been unexpected success, but capital has much more work ahead to deter cars.
What to do, where to eat and how to get around the holiest city in Israel.
From the oldest institutions to the youngest, hippest places to sip on coffee in the capital.
Nir Barkat says that though he supports the event, 'I won't march because I don’t want to be part of something that offends the ultra-Orthodox.'
With Israel's most prestigious film festival set to open Thursday, here's your guide to the best local and foreign films showing throughout the week.
Which British pub phenomenon is now gaining ground among Israel’s young? Top marks if you said pub quizzes. The brains behind the MyQuiz night have all the answers.
When the stall owners at Mahane Yehuda shut up shop and roll down their metal shutters, Solomon Souza turns closed storefronts into art.
The opposition claims discrimination against minorities will rise; among other things, police now authorized to frisk persons based only on 'fear' that they intend to commit an act of terror.
Cinema City accepts terms set by mayor and ultra-Orthodox factions that seek to maintain the religious status quo in the city.
End of holidays could account for much of the drop as sales down 12.6% nationwide, say merchants.
This week's Frontline event showcased local rap and hip hop groups that have been active in the city for over a decade.
In the space of just 11 years, the Zappa group has established itself as a major player – confounding those who said it was impossible to make money in such a challenging industry.
Arguing that cineplex's developer ignored original plans – and proximity to Supreme Court – local appeals body sets one-year deadline for converting upper section into a public plaza.
Meet five residents of the city who take the chill out of winter with their own wines, brews and other intoxicating booze.
The director, in Israel for the Jerusalem film festival, tells Haaretz about his move to the United States, the ethics of revenge and the pleasure of working with Nicole Kidman.
German and Greek Colonies, Talbiyeh and Katamonim will be subject to comprehensive redevelopment.
Mayor Nir Barkat asked to provide answers for cinema complex by state comptroller.
Complex opens in Jerusalem and crowds gather to protest for 'social justice' and taste the popcorn.
After decades of legal action against Jerusalem’s Pargod Theater, the Supreme Court has evicted its founder to make way for student dorms.