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.