Avi Luzon may not be the ideal man to head Israeli soccer, but Sports Minister Limor Livnat, who seems so desperate to oust him, has ulterior motives.
'Mundak' to his close friends, Sheffer was a unique phenomenon: a model of hard work, ambition and love of life. The young man who arrived in Israel penniless, began his way by selling cinema tickets in Kfar Sava and made it to the top as the national team coach.
As the first Israeli hoopster to make it to the NBA, Omri Casspi is learning fast what it means to be a star. And his performance in the games he's played for the Sacramento Kings shows that he has a lot more than luck going for him.
Rabbi-in-training is first Israeli champ
Tal Ben Haim made his first appearance for the club in defense and was substituted at the interval after a solid performance.
Azoulay focuses on Israeli artists, but he also organized a number of major balls in the series of inaugural balls for President George W. Bush and other projects.
Being Israeli in Silicon Valley and working with Israel means you live each day twice. Once by day and once by night. Eran Liron, for instance, has two children, but his wife says that just as the children have finally gone to sleep and they can start enjoying their evening is precisely when Eran's "baby" starts to bawl.
For Israelis working in Silicon Valley, the sun never sets
Idan Raichel came up out of the depths to conquer America. Raichel and his dreadlocks are a success story in the U.S.
With 10 Olympic medals, Agnes Keleti doesn't mind finding fault with Wingate Institute and sports teaching in Israel.
Jerusalemite Amit Tamir, who plays college basketball for University of California at Berkeley's Golden Bears is making history. Tamir is considered to be one of the school's top three players and last week he was headline news.
The findings of the Strasnov report into the problems afflicting Israeli soccer are all ready and typed up for delivery. The only problem is - there is nobody in authority to receive it.
Whether he goes on to play in the NBA or graduates with an MBA, Amit Tamir is making a name for himself with the Cal Golden Bears
At 51, Isabel Maxwell is at peace with her unusual childhood, the mysterious death of her father, Robert Maxwell, and her own financial escapades.