'Find Me,' the highly-anticipated sequel to the bestselling novel 'Call Me By Your Name,' is out next week. In an interview, author André Aciman told Haaretz why he's nervous
Amir Tomer was ecstatically waving the Israeli flag in the crowd when Netta Berziali won the song contest in 2018, which led him to become the chief scriptwriter for the 2019 Eurovision competition in Tel Aviv this week
Eat, drink and party like a local when in Tel Aviv for the Eurovision. We asked the coolest residents for the city's secret gems and recommendations, so you won't have to
In the second year in a row, Tel Aviv hosted the international TAG games for the LGBTQ community. “The atmosphere is never sexual,” says one Indian-British visitor from London who grew up in Dubai
In light of Poland's 100th anniversary celebrations and the current preoccupation with its image and its past, young Polish musicians find a renewed interest in the Jewish interwar soundtrack
Eighty participants from all walks of life attended the screening of Naked Normandy. 'I can sum it up as 10 minutes of complete embarrassment, followed by two hours of why have we never done this before?'
Ahed Tamimi’s blond hair forced us to see her as a real human being, and not just another dark, invisible or demonic Palestinian whose abuse we could ignore
A brooch worn by Princess Michael of Kent caused an uproar last week, but looking at its history proves that Meghan Markle should not be insulted by it
For a few moments we were granted the privilege of seeing Take That as if they were still what they once were, and us, the audience, still a group of screaming teenagers
'Inside me,' says Asis D'Orange, 'I have both a religious person who eats kosher and a gay man who dances in tight clothes on a truck'
The Democratic People’s Republic remains a mystery to most of the world, but there are ways of discovering more about this most secretive of states
Despite the millions of pictures taken and countless videos recorded, no real show took place last night in Park Hayarkon. Even the audience was more interested in looking at their phones
Sharon Needles and Jinkx Monsoon are in Tel Aviv to take part in the LGBT film festival, despite calls to boycott the event. They talk about Trump's incitement, Kathy Griffin's freedom of speech and reveal their favorite to win season 9 of RuPaul's Drag Race
By appropriating classic works by Van Gogh and Da Vinci, the U.S. pop artist has turned the luxury bag brand into the ultimate counterfeiter
Israeli-born writer and producer Tami Sagher, who will participate next week in Keshet's INTV television conference in Jerusalem, still can't bring herself to joke about the U.S. president.
Fifty years after Kennedy's assassination, no woman has reached the highest office: leader of the free world. The closest they've come is wife of.
Even the Holocaust is able to generate indifference and estrangement once it is removed from our narrative framework of victimhood, heroism and revival.
An enormous flood in 1966 destroyed a central part of Florence's history, recall 10 Bezalel alumni marking the anniversary of the rescue of a trove of cultural treasures.
Netanyahu provides on a regular basis half-truths, populist declarations and alternative news, while his main objective is almost always to demonize Arabs and the left-wing camp.
Unlike in Clint Eastwood’s new movie, Netanyahu isn’t trying to land us safely on Tel Aviv’s Yarkon River. He’s flying on and on without direction.
As dating apps change the way people hook up, are havens like Evita becoming obsolete?
Israel can't offer refugees courses in 'norms and values' like the Europeans do, because we are a society without common values.
The events of November 13 mark the Parisians as the new Jews, who swallow murderous hatred against them along with their morning croissant.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of Yitzhak Rabin’s assassination, a selection of annotated photographs from his public, and private, life.
New book containing hundreds of photographs of the reality star in a variety of poses document a desperate effort to freeze time and preserve a cartoon image that never grows up.
Artists who ignore the stark contrast between the creative freedom they enjoy and the oppression of the Palestinians shouldn't be surprised when that same oppression shows up on the doorsteps of their auditoriums and cinemas.
Gay Israeli men have formed associations, organized parades and above all made themselves heard. Ethiopian-Israeli people should follow their steps.
The support for Israel's entry in the annual contest shows that music triumphed over the presumed anti-Israeli and anti-Semitic views of the continental audiences.
The victory of people who are different does not lie in the attempt to be like the majority, but in the emphasis on queerness.
Julian Fellowes, the creator of the hit show, talks to Haaretz about his Middle Eastern roots, his ambitious new American series 'The Gilded Age,' and why he doesn't watch 'House of Cards.'