The ‘mother of contemporary cultural journalism’ spent 14 years as the editor of Haaretz’s Hebrew-language Galeria section
Niv Hadas tries to draw parallels between characters in this series and Israel’s political scene.
More than ever, Arabic-language books are being translated into Hebrew. Is Israel, winner of the European Cup and three Eurovision song contests, finally daring to crack open a peephole into the neighborhood where it lives?
Which Tel Aviv beach should you pick? How much will beer cost? And where should you stop to eat on your way home?
Dance floors where the action never slows down, divine sound systems, DJs who really know what they’re doing, and lots of music that makes you feel good – here are some of Tel Aviv’s hottest clubs
An uprising of cows is featured in the first Israeli dystopian novel. Only now has the author’s tragic story come to light
Despite the millions of pictures taken and countless videos recorded, no real show took place last night in Park Hayarkon. Even the audience was more interested in looking at their phones
In a mysterious coincidence, the classic Greek tune ‘Misirlou’ – best known from Pulp Fiction – got two Israeli covers the same week Tarantino and Daniella Pik announced their engagement