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Tracing the steps of the Holy City’s tile master.
I explained that a planned separation needs to be a reprieve from bickering, disagreements and frequent communication.
I have come to learn that running in the rain for me is a reminder of the lessons my mother taught me.
Not only was my Google account hacked, but my mental equilibrium was thrown way off kilter.
A response to AB Yehoshua’s views on Jewish nationalism.
The Fifth World Holocaust Forum marked 75 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
If Hollywood is the prime manufacturer of make-believe in this world, Universal is the epicenter of that art.
It was the flu that finally broke me.
How to enjoy the attractions in the south of the country.
After my father died, I would accompany my mother to the market, which I remember was filled with beautiful colors and strong aromas. I loved hearing the stall owners shout out their wares.
Tuscany, situated in the center of Italy, has one foot in heaven.
People will love these foods even if their cooking skills only involve using the microwave.
“Our hotels are situated in the best locations in Israel,” says Balbus. “The Opera Tel Aviv, for example, is just 20 steps away from the beach.
A weekly selection of opinions and analyses from the Arab media around the world.
Dar was one of the pioneers of the Israeli intelligence establishment.
An interview with Yonnie Dror,master of wind instruments.
Buchatsky says that 80% of his book is based on his own experiences as a father.
After decades of ignoring financial problems, the theater is fighting to remain open. Changing views about corporate reorganizations may help.
Toronto native Yehudit Shier moved to Israel in 1973, in the middle of the Yom Kippur War. She was only 18.
City pays tribute to South African Jewish community that helped build, design and run it 70 years ago.
More youth have been employed or doing their national service in hospitals, under a new framework.
How a Scandinavian grandmother is leaving a permanent footprint in the sands of Israel.
The Local Testimony (Edut Mekomit) exhibition currently on display at the Eretz Israel Museum in Ramat Aviv is a microcosm of the Israeli reality.
Rivlin was full of praise for the Yad Sarah organization, which he said touches almost every Israeli citizen in light of its 45th anniversary.
The beginning was quite exciting: as part of the renewal project of the Mahaneh Yehuda area, an art gallery opened in one of the city’s premises, in the heart of the Nahlaot neighborhood.