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Josh Weston — a former CEO himself — shares his observations with his 18th annual delegation.
By KEREN PREISKEL
An incident in Jerusalem that aroused fury among dog lovers and animal organizations has prompted MK Itzik Shmuli of the Zionist Union party to convene a special meeting.
By MARION FISCHEL
The ILAI Fund ensures that we remember the ill and disabled victims of the Shoah.
By DAVID GEFFEN
Here in Israel, about to turn 70 years old, we who have made this our home – as well as those who were born and grew up here – recall inspiring and sometimes difficult moments.
By BARRY DAVIS
The relic, which is currently on display, is part of the Genesis Apocryphon, which contains a description, in Aramaic, of the lives of Noah, Abraham, Enoch and Lamech.
The artistic venture started out seven years ago, the idea being to create animation films about victims of Israel’s wars and of acts of hostility committed here.
Some of the vision of American Jewry for Palestine has been realized.
One of the largest of these initiatives is active in the capital’s haredi stronghold Mea She’arim. This year, the need has reached an unprecedented level, with provision of hundreds of tons of meat,
By MARC ISRAEL SELLEM
Passover photos in Jerusalem
By ALLON SINAI
“TheHive helped us a lot. We met a lot of people from the industry,” said Daune. “Our vision, long term, is to become an academy for gaming, a place of knowledge for all the industry.”
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
“We were all affected; we all lost roots or branches of our family trees. Nobody came out of that untouched. But out of the ashes of the Holocaust, we have our state."
By SHOSHANNA KEATS-JASKOLL
"We are in very hard times in Israeli society; it is very tribal right now. We pretend that the other tribe doesn’t exist, that their needs don’t exist."
By ERELA GANAN
Men in Tel Aviv are lonelier than men in Jerusalem; women in Jerusalem are lonelier than women in Tel Aviv.
After 10 years under Mayor Nir Barkat, what’s next?
Peggy Cidor's round-up of city affairs.
A just-published introduction to illustrated Haggadas imbues Passover with a new feeling this year.
"Fleeting Still Life," a new exhibition of photographs by Tel Aviv photographer Ariel Yannay explores memory, self and the transience of experience.
"Chained women" and allies from across Israel gather for a hike for support and sisterhood.
How should the government plan for growth in Israel's largest cities?
He doesn’t just hike. He also established a website – inandaroundjerusalem.com – to document his hikes as a resource for others, “to appreciate the beauty and significance of Jerusalem."
By SHACHAR BAR
Is Israel's hi-tech growth reflected in the percentage of women employed in the industry? Unfortunately, this is not always the case.
Brosh and Aviram-Nitzan urge government to increase subsidies to those who will boost the labor market.
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
By ERICA SCHACHNE
Afternoon tea becoming trendy again.
By CHARLES TICHO
Mitzpe Ramon in 1954: Revisiting the dusty town.
By BATSHEVA POMERANTZ
A lesser-known story of pioneering, bravery and tragedy in north Jerusalem gets some well-deserved attention.
Exploring identity, belonging and the future of Scottish Jewry.
Barkat is absolutely right in his adamant request to obtain larger budgets for the city’s needs.
According to calculations, it turns out that the size of Tel Aviv’s population during the day swells to 604,600, an increase of 39% over the number of permanent residents.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
By PAMELA PELED
By ANNA KRYCER
By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
By AHARON E. WEXLER
By RABBI SHMUEL RABINOWITZ
By ARIANE MANDELL
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