Eight prototypes exist for the wall between the U.S. and Mexico that Trump promised to build. Some architects are condemning the project as a moral abomination, while others have put forward creative design ideas
The story of how he came to literary writing begins with – not surprisingly – his mother.
Twenty years since 'Nevermind' changed modern music and a whole generation, visits to Kurt Cobain's hometown and to an exhibition about his legendary grunge band offer a context for grasping the singer's despair.
Two groups of deejays and party promoters have joined forces to broadcast an Internet radio station behind Tel Aviv's Great Synagogue - with an open invitation to come listen at the bar they've set up below the studio
The dense, busy music of Inga-Dingo contains something joyful and liberating, while its nagging excesses get stuck in your head
Ahead of his Caesarea concert, a dress rehearsal shows that Yehuda Poliker is ready to give his audience what they want most: a smattering of old, new and Greek
It began with riffs on a portable electronic organ and a low budget, and ended up being a seminal Israeli rock album. Celebrating 25 years since Shalom Hanoch's 'Waiting for Messiah' came out.
Scott-Heron, described as 'godfather of rap', most well known for 1971's 'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.'
His new live album follows a string of CDs and two years of intensive performing; Dudu Tassa has finally found his Iraqi-reggae-hip-hop groove.
Academic, artists urge boycott of Israeli institutions to protest government's West Bank policies.
American band will perform at Ramat Gan Stadium on May 22, the event's Israeli promoter confirmed Saturday.
For the first time, hit program will award the winner a cash prize - a monthly stipend of NIS 20,000 for a year.
Revisiting 'London Calling,' the Clash's iconic, inspirational and still relevant album, which came out 30 years ago this week.
Before giving his first musical performance, 'A Star is Born' MC Zvika Hadar wonders how many people will come to watch him and hopes they will laugh for the right reasons.
A tribute to troubadour Chava Alberstein tonight will feature unconventional interpretations of her songs
The festival is going ahead despite almost none of the conclusions from the investigation of the 1995 tragedy being implemented.
On the occasion of the release of her new CD, Margalit Tzanani, the defiant woman who helped make Mizrahi music mainstream - and now stands in judgment on aspiring young singers on 'Kokhav Nolad' - says she has had to pay a lot to get where she is
A new generation of concert producers has surfaced - seeking to import popular musical acts, and export Israeli culture and goodwill.
After establishing herself as a major singer-songwriter abroad, Keren Ann has settled in Israel. Don't expect her to settle for anything less than musical perfection.