Social media has turned Efraim Shamir from a pleasant musician into one of Israel's most outspoken anti-establishment figures. He has managed to insult religious people, women, rightists and leftists – and he has no qualms about attacking Israeli politicians for destroying the Israeli dream.
'The Russian-Jewish Cookbook: Recollections and Recipes of Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union' offers a glimpse into the kitchens and rich cultural world of Russians speakers who immigrated to Israel as children.
Ivri Lider on being called a 'declared pervert': 'I’d like to say that doesn’t hurt me, but it’s not true.'
With new exhibition opening in Tel Aviv, famed American artist, who photographed nude volunteers alongside sinkholes at Mineral Beach over weekend, spoke of his special bond with Dead Sea.
Housed in the city’s first shopping mall, the Teder became a cultural force with outposts in Japan, Poland, Russia and even Jerusalem.
A teddy bear accompanied Fred Lessing in his wanderings from one hiding place to another during World War II and became a symbol after being loaned to Yad Vashem. Now the subject of a children’s book, Lessing reveals how he was persuaded to let someone else tell his story.
The American Jewish pop and reggae singer will appear at Sultan's Pool in Jerusalem on October 13.
The Dutch DJ is a regular guest in Israel.
Gal Muggia and Vania Heymann take visual effects VMA for their video, which has been described as "brilliantly weird."
A 1938 book on matchmaking turns up at a bookstore to give a glimpse of 'grandfather and grandmother's Tinder.'
Israel Prize winner, who died Wednesday, composed more than 1,000 songs.
The pantam was first displayed at a music fair in Frankfurt in 2001. It’s made from a strip of metal that undergoes a chemical process and is hammered out by hand, inspired by a Trinidadian steel drum.
Miri Regev says clip for superstar Eyal Golan's show 'was designed to encourage Mizrahi music.'
Gal Muggia and Vania Heymann are among the contenders for MTV's best direction award for the highly acclaimed 'Up&Up' video. Beyoncé leads the nominee ranking with nominations in 11 different categories for 'Lemonade.'
Industry sources say the pace of ticket sales for the Rishon Letzion concert were disappointing, while the Williams' representatives said the date was scrapped due to scheduling problems.
A Jewish yippie couple videotaped dozens of hours of their famous friend in their late 1960s New York apartment – but alas, they will never be seen again.
Furman, who often takes to the stage in a dress and a tasteful string of pearls, brings his show to Tel Aviv on Tuesday.
The ‘Good Night’ initiative was launched in 2015 to kick harassers off the dance floor, but how effective has it been?
The British band has teamed up with the American singer, who has been described as having the 'Freddie Mercury factor.'
Shay 'Tra' Litman is railing against the way adults treat children and, worse, the way kids treat each other.
Concert in Rishon Lezion will be part of the launch tour of their new album, 'Strange Little Birds,' which is due to be released this Friday.
The Electronic music duo will perform in Tel Aviv as part of their 'Born in the Echoes' album tour.
The stream of creative composites that make up the British band’s latest clip is turning heads in the music business.
During his last visit to Israel, the British singer spoke out against cultural boycotts.
The American musician, who was targeted by the anti-Israel BDS movement and is best known for his song 'Happy,' will appear in the Tel Aviv suburb of Rishon Letzion on July 21.
Actor-model Liraz Charhi is going back to her roots and reinventing herself as a Farsi singer, even fashioning her own take on the Iranian burka.
‘I can’t believe that’s our video. If that were someone else’s video, I’d be so jealous,’ Chris Martin says about Vania Heymannand Gal Muggia’s latest work.
According to several reports, six days prior to his death the musician suffered from an overdose of painkillers. Official autopsy results will be released in a few weeks.
Eyal Golan expresses support for the soldier but says he doesn't want to go against the military; David D'Or cancels show because he's not a 'political person.'
Furman, who keeps Shabbat and performs in makeup, jewelry and dresses, will perform in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem as part of his international tour.