The security briefing at the entrance to the compound that was designated for sexual activity eliminated whatever desire was left. At some point you realize what the veterans already know: Nothing is happening
Café Italia serves simple and tasty food in large portions and at reasonable prices. So when did the New York-style brasserie drop the pretensions and become an eatery that’s more like a kibbutz dining hall?
Sometimes you need to state the obvious. There's a reason Tel Aviv residents love this classic but modern restaurant.
Finding a steak of the caliber served at Hudson is no simple task in Israel or abroad, but a lunchtime visit will cost you a pretty penny.
A month after student senate passes resolution calling for university to withdraw investments from certain Israeli firms, 135 teachers express opposition to measure.
While boycott Israel movement gains traction, opponents take comfort in the trend that what’s done on campus stays on campus.
'Obama sees immigration of investors, researchers, high-tech employees as national interest,' says Hila Nattiv, a lawyer in San Francisco. 'This change is very significant for a lot of Israelis.'
Former CEO Ran Poliakine: ‘Our goal is to be the new electric company. You won’t need electric cords at home or anywhere else.’
Intel officials say the death of the PC has been greatly exaggerated, but even so the chip maker is increasingly exploring new opportunities in the mobile and smart clothing fields.
With a new Israeli executive at international HQ and Kiryat Gat plant upgrade, Israel is very much part of chip maker’s plans.