J-Town Theater stages Charlie Brown | The grandson of the king of Swaziland tells his story in Jerusalem | Bad Kid productions joins the English theater community
Steven Klein joined Haaretz in 2004, was appointed sports editor in 2008 and is now a senior editor for the English Edition. In addition, he contributes occasionally to the opinion pages of Haaretz English Edition.
A graduate of the doctoral program in conflict management and negotiation at Bar-Ilan University, he also teaches at Tel Aviv University conflict resolution program and for the Ben-Gurion University overseas program.
He lives in Modi'in with his wife, Rivka, and children.
Family values organization lobbies for legislation for funding pre-marriage education ■ Nefesh B'Nefesh, Jewish National Fund launch joint initiative aimed at providing extra assistance to new immigrants
Match seen as critical run up to the upcoming game against Malta, the rugby team to beat
Rise up singing, English for Olim and Cape Town to Herzliya
Koby Mandell Foundation announces dates for its 20th Comedy for Koby tour ■ Telfed, the South African Zionist Federation (Israel), marks Balfour Declaration's centenary by recognizing one of the lesser-known figures behind the historic document
Free songs, 100 for Balfour and a new book
Hip-hop workshops and drum circles to feature at Shutaf anniversary party; women fight cancer at Breastival
International activist organization 100 Thousand Poets for Change will hold fourth event in the city next week ■ Turning surplus fruits to fresh food
Poets from all over the country gathered in Haifa for the launching of the 2017 Voices Israel Anthology | Friendship Circle of Jerusalem is holding its second annual Art of Friendship Gala Auction