The best efforts of Roger Waters and BDS appear to be in vain. A veteran producer and local boycott activists agree: It’s a trend, and like any other, it has ups and downs.
Haaretz’s house etymologist explains the mistakes by Natalie Portman, born in Israel as Natalie Hershlag. Evidently she’s been away a while.
Radiohead will perform at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park, though information concerning the exact date and prices will be released in the next few days.
The last three years have been the best in Bukstein’s career. She tells Haaretz about the similarities between her and her character in the new film ‘A Quiet Heart’ and why she wanted to get married through the Rabbinate.
The comedian, who was due to participate in the inauguration of HBO programming through Israel’s Hot cable TV provider, cited unforeseen production obligations.
Zubin Mehta will only hand over his baton in 2019, but rumors are already rife about his successor. Will he or she be able to bring back the orchestra’s innovative repertoire of three or four decades ago?
After over 30 years at its helm, Mehta, an Indian-European-American conductor, will leave Israel’s Philharmonic Orchestra in October 2018.
Five artists reveal why they pursued the profession, what inspires them, and where they see the macho Israeli tattoo culture going.