Screenwriter Arik Segev, 38, is coping with an incurable illness, and wants us to come to his stand-up show and cope, too.
Noam Nadav is the curator of a project that presents stories of fallen soldiers in animated videos.
What do you wish for on the holiday? Not to go to the army, for my son to come and visit, to win the lottery, for our leader to be healthy. A human and honest look at the residents of Tehran on the Persian New Year.
Religious feminist Nili Ben Gigi Wolf, the only woman serving on Jerusalem's Religious Council, is maneuvering between the city’s secular and ultra-Orthodox populations.
Instead of creating a new world, the Israeli corner on the social network is a place where everything is quick and nervous, sweaty and violent.
A talk with Noach Korman, director of Bat Melech, which operates facilities and programs to support abused Orthodox women.
Looking for your loved one’s headstone? Shelly Furman Asa has created a Google Street View for cemeteries.
Israeli illustrator depicts Disney’s perfect princesses in human settings, defects, trans-fats and all.
A new survey by the Central Bureau of Statistics shows that the so-called national campfire is moving from television to the Internet, wherein a portion of society has been rendered illiterate.
Sharon Kaplan is here to tell you how to become a savvy shopper.
The father of a young man killed in a shootout has decided to devout his life to fighting gun violence in Arab society.
If certain traditional Jewish ceremonies don’t ‘speak’ to you, Hila Sharir can suggest some creative female rituals. And they’re not necessarily just for women.
Elik Kishnir organizes 'battles' with harmless Nerf weaponry; military training, it ain't.
Boy’s photo appears on his document and his brother’s.
Because of the unique natures of the restroom and the Internet, the visitor does not encounter the other visitors.
Soccer has its problems; Erez Lustig thinks it's American football that should be played in the Middle East.
Matan Josefsberg says his product promotes friendly relations between smokers and nonsmokers.
Report shows 18 percent of Israeli requests were rejected as not satisfying legal requirements; 34 of the requests were of Skype users.
Gitit Hersh holds gatherings at which people mingle and exchange books for a token price, which goes to charity.
We said that the Internet is freedom, Facebook is wonderful, and talkbacks are an arena for meaningful debate. Will you forgive us?
Tamuz's nonprofit organization, Pegasus, puts the animal through a long rehabilitation process, at the end of which it is put up for adoption.
Omri Weil was suspended from the social-networking site and denied the right to respond or appeal.
According to Meretz chairwoman Zahava Gal-On, who has sought the public security minister’s cooperation, the bill would protect both protesters’ and police officers’ rights by reducing violence and false complaints.
People with limited mobility have trouble getting to the optician to buy glasses. So Tal Tepper comes to them.
Google says servers not hacked; instead surfers redirected to site that reminds 'Uncle Google' that the country shown on Google Maps is Palestine, not Israel.
Itai Megido will help you with a chicken coop, tips on raising chickens at home and advice what to do when a rooster wanders in.
Former photojournalist Gabi Menashe finds redemption in documenting the innards of old dial phones, Minoltas and tape recorders.
Rhythm connects people with the universe’ says former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart ahead of his Jerusalem concert, which incorporates sonification of his brainwaves.
An extension for Google Chrome lets readers see a random photo of a cat instead of the comments.
Tel Aviv graphic designer Ziv Mizrahi recreates the classics using the popular presentation tool PowerPoint.