Feeling right at home
Italian pianist Vanessa Benelli Mosell will perform at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art
By MAXIM REIDER
'Winter Sleep’ may leave you cold
This Turkish film is gorgeous but soporific
By HANNAH BROWN
The sweet Bard
You can brush up your Shakespeare at the International Shakespeare Festival in Tel Aviv
By BARRY DAVIS
Russia via Brazil
Deborah Colker’s dance company presents ‘Tatyana,’ an original take on ‘Eugene Onegin
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
Grapevine: People of the book
President Rivlin and his wife, Nechama, hosted a reception this week for members of the Global Forum of the National Library of Israel.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
WATCH: 2,000-year-old inscription dedicated to Roman emperor unveiled in Jerusalem
Israel Antiquities Authority: This is among the most important Latin inscriptions ever discovered in Jerusalem.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The Travel Adviser: An unstoppable force
Lufthansa operates its fleet in nearly 80 countries across North, Central and South America, Europe, Asia and Africa, and in this instance, Israel.
By MARK FELDMAN
Maritime voyage: Halifax to Prince Edward Island
Halifax has many eateries, including a rather rousing place we discover called Durty Nelly’s – an Irish pub built in Ireland and assembled in Halifax.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
Surgery complications caused Joan Rivers' sudden death
New York Chief Medical Examiner's Office says oxygen deprivation to brain caused death.
Frontlines Podcast: London's vote for Palestine
'Post''s London correspondent breaks down events at UK's House of Commons that led to vote for Palestinian recognition; health reporter assesses danger posed to Israel by Ebola.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
Richard Gere to star in Joseph Cedar’s new movie
Movie is latest project by American- born Israeli director Joseph Cedar.
By HANNAH BROWN
The right Kairos moment
The Kairos4tet jazz band gets its groove on in Tel Aviv.
By BARRY DAVIS
Mark Zuckerberg to donate $25 million to help fight Ebola
Zuckerberg warned that Ebola could become the next HIV or polio, a disease that will be fought for decades.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Simhat Torah and Creativity
Hasidism teaches that when dancing with the Torah on Simcat Torah, since we dance with it covered, the dancing reminds us of the essential relationship that all Jews have with the Torah.
By YONATAN GORDON
Tradition Today: ‘After the holidays’
As the holidays end, it’s time to stop putting off our responsibilities and return to our normal schedules.
By REUVEN HAMMER
Parashat Bereishit: Divine strength
‘And the Lord God took the human being, and He placed him in the Garden of Eden, to till it and to preserve it’ (Genesis 2:16).
By SHLOMO RISKIN
The future looks bright as Johanna Arbib takes up the reins as chairwoman of ALEH, hoping to propel organization to greater heights through drive, determination, a wealth of philanthropic experience.
By MAAYAN JAFFE
Honorable Mensch-ins: 7 examples of Jews who changed 5774 for the better
By EITAN AROM
Of climate, Torah and shmita
As the Land of Israel enjoys a shmita year of rest, Simhat Torah allows us to take a critical look at how we might be able to positively affect ever-encroaching climate change.
By YOSEF I. ABRAMOWITZ
Through recycled shipping containers, the Ayalim Association seeks to boost student housing and resuscitate the impoverished city.
By SHARON UDASIN
Protecting and persevering
Amir Peretz overcame naysayers who mocked the Iron Dome, and now he hopes to do the same with his plans for ‘environmental justice.’
By GIL HOFFMAN,SHARON UDASIN
The last Simhat Torah in the Warsaw Ghetto
Any illusions that some may have once had about the intentions of the Germans, or even their presumed humanity, had been upended by their tormentors’ brutishness and savagery.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Best-selling author Meir Shalev tells the ‘Post’ that Israel lacks ‘a true leader with vision’ and reflects on how the Bible has shaped his literary work.
By STEVE LINDE,NOA AMOUYAL
Return to a vanished world.
By MORDECHAI HAIMOVITCH
The struggle continues
Women of the Wall and non-Orthodox groups are confident of success in their battle with haredi religious authorities.
By JEREMY SHARON
The joy of the Torah
On this holiday, we embrace and celebrate the centrality of Torah to Jewish communal life, commemorate the euphoria of Temple libations and pray for the autumn rains to fall.
By DVORA WAYSMAN
Keeping paper relevant
The National Library is home to tomes of priceless manuscripts, the exhibition of which shows that the lure of emotion and texture win out over technology every time.
By SAM SOKOL
The joy of unease
Like a moral barometer or a canary uniquely sensitive to the proverbial coal mine’s ethical atmosphere, the status of Jews serves as a critical register of the general health of society.
By Mati WAGNER
Astrology for the week of October 17, 2014.
By MARALLYN BEN MOSHE
A tasty twist
Meir Adoni’s Mizlala is the place to be in Tel Aviv.
By MAXINE BERGMAN