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.'