Plus, an Early Childhood Educators Conference in Tel Aviv and parallel events in Israel and Australia to mark the 40th anniversary of Netzer
Steven Klein is an editor at Haaretz and adjunct professor at Tel Aviv University’s International Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation. Twitter: @stevekhaaretz
Plus, 500 riders to participate in 'Wheels of Love' hospital fundraiser and J-Town Playhouse staging the classic musical 'She Loves Me'
Plus, 100 Thousand Poets for Change meet in Tel Aviv (some of them, anyway) and the wide-ranging Jewish influence on Broadway
Plus, return of the Jerusalem Poetry Slam and a financial workshop for immigrants marking 10 years in Israel
Plus, where to go dancing on Simhat Torah and Tel Aviv's city hall launches a new English website
Plus, Sukkot walks with the AACI, a Telfed family fun day and the Israel Association of Writers in English is holding a poetry and short story evening in Jerusalem
Plus, Kol HaOt returns to the Jerusalem Biennale and Ra’anana-based Center Stage presents ‘The Last Rat of Theresienstadt’
Plus, a TED Talks-style event hosted by Limmud Israel and Kehilat HaKerem, Karmiel’s Masorti community, marks its 40 anniversary
Opinion Israel Election Results: Netanyahu, the Alpha Negotiator, Battles a Political Novice for Power
Netanyahu has a decade's success at dirty deals to make coalitions. Does Gantz - the centrist with a once-in-a-decade chance to change Israel's political calculus - have the killer instinct to dethrone him?
Daniel Chertoff's 'Palestine Posts' book launch in Jerusalem, plus a new AACI exhibition in Jerusalem and over 1,000 olim attend a Nefesh B'Nefesh block party
Plus, two events addressing sexual abuse awareness and prevention and the deadline for the Reuben Rose Poetry Competition is fast approaching
‘In a Stranger’s Grave’ production in Jerusalem, plus fall book sale at AACI in Jerusalem and an introductory talk on the RIE (Resources for Infant Educarers) approach to child-rearing
'We felt like we really put up a good competition,' says Beit Shemesh Fireballs member
Plus, give a pint of blood and get a pint of ice cream, and 2,200 new immigrants attend the first ever 'Aliyah Tovah'
Plus, KeepOlim launches its third annual comedy fundraising tour, while Nefesh B’Nefesh puts a twist on its annual picnic in the north
'Sports allows us as an opportunity to create friendships and bonds and change perceptions of our country and us as a people,' says Beit Shemesh Fireballs member
Rank and File Nefesh B’Nefesh Celebrates Its 60th Chartered El Al Flight Bringing New Immigrants to Israel
Plus, a book and ice cream party in Jerusalem and Encore! Educational Theater Company is holding auditions for the musical 'Rothschild and Sons'
League considering adding club in southern city of Be'er Sheva
Plus, 'Proclaim Liberty Throughout the Land' book launch in Jerusalem and Shutaf Inclusion Programs raises over $100,000 for summer camp
Plus, Colel Chabad opens LoveAble Gift Shop in Jerusalem and a new writers group starts in Tel Aviv
Michal Yudelman O’Dwyer launches her short story collection 'Somebody I Used to Know' and immigrant support organization Nefesh B’Nefesh holds workshops in Tel Aviv
Plus, Jeremy's Circle hosts an event at the Jerusalem zoo and JET theater hosts a 24-hour play festival
Plus, Moishe House receives the Jerusalem Unity Prize and Rabbi David Kilimnick presents 'Jews in Israel: The Raw Israel Comedy Experience' in Jerusalem
Married five times, including to the secretary who helped him translate a parachute manual into Hebrew, the 98-year-old was a ‘complex man who always saw good in people,’ his daughter recalls
Plus, remembering education adviser Debby Millgram, and Tel Aviv Sexual Assault Crisis Center's annual benefit concert
Plus, the Schusterman Family Foundation’s annual ROI Summit concludes in Jerusalem, and Kay Wilson and Col. Richard Kemp speak in Ra’anana
Plus, a screening of a documentary about the struggle to set up an all-women’s EMT in NYC, and three female comedians performing in Jerusalem
Jewish settlers were filmed at a Palestinian wedding. Their host was fired by Fatah and denounced for facilitating a 'despicable act.' Why won't the Israeli left call out this obstacle to peace and coexistence?
Plus, Karen Treiger talks about her Holocaust-surviving in-laws. and three talented English-language authors are in conversation with Ilana Kurshan
Plus, 600 guests celebrate Jerusalem Day at a Shabbat Together event and J-Town Playhouse presents a 'non-gender specific' production of Shakespeare's 'The Tempest'