Ariel threatens not to run with Bayit Yehudi
Tekuma, the remaining remnant of the National Union alliance that remains in the Knesset, was given key slots on the Bayit Yehudi slate in last year's election.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Jewish women take home gold at 2014 Emmys
Comedian Sarah Silverman broke out a Jewish joke as she took home a trophy at the 2014 Emmy Awards.
Dance review: Maya Brinner –‘Local’ Jaffa Port
The program varied each day, and on Friday it included an informal premier of Brinner’s performance piece at the entrance hall.
By ORA BRAFMAN
US music legend Seymour Stein to scout Israeli artists
Stein will be keynote speaker at Tune in Tel Aviv, an annual music industry conference and showcase taking place in November.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The play must go on
Despite the difficult times, Theater in the Rough brings its annual
summer Shakespeare production to a Jerusalem park.
By CHRISTINE RYTTER
Theater Review: Everybody Wants to Live
Everybody Wants to Live By Hanoch Levin Directed by Udi Ben Moshe Cameri, June 30.
By HELEN KAYE
Gesher Theater marks 23 years of excellence in new season
Theater chairman Zohar defiantly in face of budget cuts; What’s the point of Gesher if it surrenders and doesn’t do what it believes in?
By HELEN KAYE
Tuvia, what took you so long?
Veteran actor and comedian Tuvia Tsafir performs in Yiddish for the first time in the Yiddishspiel production of ‘Yidl Mitn Fidl.’
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
WATCH: Michael Douglas takes in historic sites in Jerusalem
Famed actor, wife Catherine Zeta-Jones are in Israel to celebrate son's bar mitzva.
Global agenda: Slowing
Just to clarify, that’s not saying that the economies will be “down” in the sense of negative growth, only that the rate of growth previously forecast has been cut.
By PINCHAS LANDAU