09.26.2016 | 23 Elul, 5776
Reservists group calls to cancel Physicians for Human Rights funding
Prisoner dies while exercising, sparking Palestinian hunger strike
Palestinian activists boycott Facebook for two hours
‘Aksa Preacher’ gets 8 months in prison for calling to slaughter Jews
IAF helicopters hold two-week drill in Greece
Ophirs handed out awards, too
Yusuf/Cat Stevens’ triumphant return to New York City
TV pet peeves
Soldier at Hebron shooter trial: Terrorist may have exploded at any moment
Trump to Netanyahu: I will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's united capital
Togo president: Israel holds key to troubles in Africa
Ambassador from Down Under shows over-the-top enthusiasm
Regev in eye of storm over Ophir Awards walkout
The women coaches leading Israel's male baseball team to victory
Newcomer shatters Israeli marathon record in Berlin
Beitar humiliated by Hapoel Haifa; Maccabi hosts Hapoel in TA derby
Israel advances to WBC qualifier final
Israeli drip irrigation giant says 'hola' to Costa Rica
Bee rhythms more affected by social interactions than sunlight
Fighting suicide with life
Hebrew U team finds first biological link between stress and obesity
‘Nagging kids about food adds to family strife’
Israeli pathfinder in plant-based biopesticide industry earns posthumous award
Israeli solar tech could make clean water a global reality
Elkin: Israel should be part of Australian-led climate discussions
Work progressing at Israeli horticulture center in Rwanda
Back to Africa
The long-overdue good-bye
'Iran and Russia in danger of becoming war crimes accomplices'
Christian writer who 'insulted Islam' murdered in Jordan
Battle rages near Aleppo, air onslaught continues
Yemen to protest Iranian weapon smuggling at UN Security Council
Rouhani: Zionists pressuring US to violate Iran nuclear deal
Obama threatens to veto two Iran-related bills
Iran threatens to 'turn Tel Aviv and Haifa to dust' if Israel missteps
Iran's new warship warns: 'US should go to Bay of Pigs, Persian Gulf is our house'
Did ISIS use chemical weapons in rocket strike near US troops in Iraq?
Report: ISIS shoots down Syrian warplane allegedly killing pilot
France's 'first all-female ISIS cell' allegedly sought to strike Eiffel Tower
ISIS ploting to massacre Christians in Belgian shopping mall
California governor signs anti-BDS bill into law
Bernie Sanders’ brother running for UK parliament
Former Chief Rabbi of France, Joseph Sitruk, passes away
London mayor vows to 'root out antisemitism' in Labour after Corbyn re-election
A first: Cukierman takes GoforIsrael investment conference to China
Algae – more important than we thought
Israeli startup, Mattel bringing Barbie from 'life in plastic' to digital Barbie world
Government looks to hi-tech
After prepping Trump for debate, Giuliani says US should abandon two-state solution
Study shows how Jewish vote could play crucial role in key states
Trump campaign: Clinton should be disqualified for event hosting Palestinian teacher
Adelson to give $5 million toward electing Trump
London's Muslim mayor backs Clinton for US president
When politicians get sick: Is Hillary Clinton's health like Ariel Sharon's?
Debilitating image of Clinton jolts US presidential race
Livni: Clinton health hysteria would not be the same if she were a man
Pride and affirmative prejudice: Donald Trump and the Jews
Trump proposes disarming Clinton bodyguards: 'Let's see what happens to her'
Media 'warms up the gas chamber' for Republicans, Trump's son says
Sailing adventures along the Baltic Sea
Swiss judge: Muslim students must shake female teachers' hands or face fine
Star Catcher: Astrology for the week of Sptember 23, 2016
Metro Grapevine: Holiday Giving
Podcast: Does Trump love Jews or embolden antisemitic voices?
Why Starbucks failed in Israel (and only in Israel)
Taxicab Diplomacy: Trump vs. Clinton
PODCAST: After Turkey, Africa and Egypt, is Saudi Arabia Israel’s next ally?
Who said it? Yair Lapid or the Ikea catalog?
Take our Quiz: What should Netanyahu's UN gimmick be this year?
5 reasons why Brangelina's divorce is Jewish related
Warning: Weddings can be hazardous to your health
Race for respect
Port of Tel Aviv: More than a pretty picture
Coupling Trump and Netanyahu
Money to spend
Back out of the bottle
A never-ending struggle
From Tex-Mex to Rugelach: Four great new cookbooks
Book Review: The Iran Wars
Hot off the Arab press
Quiche, the ultimate comfort food
Corridors of Power in Jerusalem: Separate and not equal
This week in Jerusalem
A tribute to Barry Chamish
All Jerusalem’s a stage
A love letter to Italy
Hate into hope, ugliness into color
Jazz: The big picture
Getting to know Ian Lawrence
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After WWI, Christian Zionists sought a political expression in the world
IFCJ provides more than NIS 6m. in aid for Rosh Hashana
Pope Francis prays for Shimon Peres to have a full recovery after stroke
Latam Countries Celebrate Independence with KKL-JNF
Korea-Israel Friendship Forest Dedicated in Jerusalem Mountains
Coexistence at the Naturally for Israel Conference in Cologne
Israeli and Aussie Youth Clean up the Kinneret Shores Together
We will win but how long will it take? Including Bibi's Building Bluff
Is a Jewish safe haven possible in the Diaspora; is America the “exception”?
Potentially Misleading Statistics on Global Terrorism
Still Looking for Israel at Harvard
Before the peace agreement, it was groundbreaking when Menahem Milson sent a letter to one of Egypt’s most prominent writers, Naguib Mahfouz.
By BEN LYNFIELD
For participants in the Schusterman Foundation REALITY Storytellers program, Israel is more than just a destination – it is a canvas for artistic and spiritual inspiration.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Right Left With Heels, a surrealistic play by Sebastian Majewski, tracks a pair of high-heeled shoes made from the skin of a Jewish prisoner murdered in Auschwitz.
By TOM TUGEND
David’s last work for HBO was the 2013 film “Clear History.”
Close to 90 local artists are displaying some of their works to the public at venues around the city
By BARRY DAVIS
The show is the culmination of the past year’s efforts of at-risk children and youth with special needs who have produced some sparkling, intriguing and surprising works.
What to expect from this year’s musical lineup.
By KAYLA ROSEN
Scenes from the Peking Opera is the work of virtuoso glove-puppet theater inspired by traditional Chinese opera.
As an artist and photographer, Galperin is always on the lookout for something to stimulate his imagination.
The Jerusalem Ceramic Art Center invites everyone to find their creator within.
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
“Observing the modes of behavior in the park, a stronghold of national festivities, led me to pinpoint ceremonious and ritual aspects that are embedded in public leisure-time routines.”
A most unusual summer space for creation takes shape in the middle of the city.
By RHONA BURNS
When Karp paints, he believes he does not create the work itself but rather serves as a medium to facilitate the image into life.
By JACK BROOK
“Someone called me a dumpster diver, and I think that is a name I like."
Getting to know the Israel Museum’s new curator of design and architecture.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art is set to host its annual gala this week.
By SHAWN RODGERS
Raya Bar-Adon reveals a lot about herself in her exhibition ‘Exposure.’
Shakespeare takes a vernacular turn at the Tmuna Festival in Tel Aviv.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Béjart Ballet Lausanne will perform in Tel Aviv.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The Jerusalem Foundation has been at the heart of the growth of the capital’s vibrant arts and culture scene.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
15 men and women shed their clothes to shed light on the deterioration of the salty basin for renowned US artist Spencer Tunick's new installation.
By SHARON UDASIN
The event aims to present a realistic and accurate picture of contemporary art while still allowing artists to break with conventions and truly go after their vision.
Your weekly entertainment guide.
Known for such hits as “One Day,” “King Without a Crown” and “Jerusalem,” Matisyahu will be promoting his latest album, Love Born, which is already climbing the Billboard reggae charts in the US.
Outside of the dance world, Tiesto is a frequent collaborator and remixer to the biggest names in music, including Beyoncé, Kanye West, Coldplay, Sam Smith, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris and many more.
In a frank discussion in Jerusalem, the acclaimed playwright and director talks the art – or deception – of movie making and the virtue of being a proud Jew.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN,NOA AMOUYAL
Your culture guide for the week to come.
In choreographer Dana Ruttenberg’s Project 48, new pieces are created almost on the spot.
By HELEN KAYE
Spencer Tunick is well known for his 2011 mass art installation called "Naked Sea" featuring 1,200 naked Israelis at the Dead Sea.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
“It looks like snow, like sugar, like death’s embrace; solid tears, like a white surrender to fire and water combined."
His adoring fans were treated to his melancholic, nostalgia-drenched dreamworld serenades through a 90-minute set. Before opening with his personal anthem, “Suedehead."
By SARAH LEVI
Israeli jazz trio Tatran continue to enjoy the sweet smell of success as they perform at next week’s Red Sea Jazz Festival.
Formed in 1974, The Stranglers began as a sinister sounding, hard-edged pub rock group, but eventually branched out to explore other styles of music such as new wave, art rock and gothic rock.
The perpetually angry Jewish comedian spills about yelling, almost becoming a rabbi and whether Donald Trump is the end of the world.
By CURT SCHLEIER/JTA
Perfect summer fare, this Closet has no skeletons.
Local rapper Nechi Nech is poised to put Israeli hip hop on the map.
The creation interlaces relative dark, static scenes, based on simulation of confection industry’s gestures, with freestyle rhythmic dance moves.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Enjoying a resurgence, Shirley Manson and company make their way back to TA.
By DAVID BRINN
Art, opera and concerts showcase classical and modern European talent.
By IRVING SPITZ
Hutzot Hayotzer features an extensive range of crafts and concerts from around the globe.
Ella Rothschild’s new piece leaves viewers feeling anything but high and dry.
Viggo Mortensen stars in this compelling, offbeat film.
By HANNAH BROWN
No one can miss the four red drooping bags of garbage that are ineptly described as an “urban installation” by the city, which installed them in the fall of 2014.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The store, which had its grand opening on July 31, is filled with merchandise that features famous faces and eye-catching colors.
Revered musical maestro strips to piano and voice for a new series of shows.
What to do this week and beyond.
Opening with “Nangs,” from last year's album Currents, Parker’s atmospheric voice led the crowd through a dreamy, well-crafted set list.
By SHAINA OPPENHEIMER
The municipality and Atarim are renovating the promenade, and have chosen to show this exhibition at Trumpeldor Beach, where the construction is now being completed.
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
Local guitarist-vocalist Yonatan Albalak and his Geshem Trio are looking forward to deconstructing jazz standards at the Tel Aviv Opera House tonight.
What to do this weekend and beyond.
’From her wooden sleep’ is on display in Tel Aviv.
This year the festival will be staged in the courtyard of the Knights’ Halls, a fine natural backdrop to the Israel Opera’s cross-cultural production of Mozart’s Abduction from the Seraglio.
The Israeli Opera performs ‘The Pearl Fishers.’
#6 combines art and dance at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
’Zoom 2016’ is on display at Anna Ticho House in Jerusalem.
American art photographer Robert Sturman adds Israeli asanas to his portfolio
By VIVA SARAH PRESS/ISRAEL21C
The vocalist cast includes Russian baritone Boris Statsenko in the title role, Vienna-based Israeli soprano Hila Fahima as Gilda and Italian tenor Salvatore Cordella as the Duke of Mantua.
Realizing that architecture impacts on all aspects of people’s lives, Phyllis Lambert has dedicated herself to increasing public awareness of its role in contemporary society.
In his three-decade career, Martin has sold more than 85 million albums worldwide and has more than 95 platinum records and 40 gold records.
With thousands of avid fans on their feet from the get-go, the 68-year-old Alice Cooper showed no signs of aging – in body or voice.
By ELIOT ZIMELMAN
Eyal Shani and Yonatan Roshfeld embark on a cooking duel across Italy
By AMY SPIRO
MEZZO, the popular TV channel dedicated to classical music, jazz and ballet, celebrates its 20th anniversary in conjunction with the IPO.
Six dancers perform two pieces by Rachel Erdos.
The four-day Jerusalem Opera Festival opens on June 22.
New creation: From End to End
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
New dance performance: Yama
By GADI DAGON
New exhibition: From Start-up to Smart-up
New book: Mother’s Bible
Francine Prose’s keen eye for character and detail paint a revealing picture of art collector extraordinaire, Peggy Guggenheim.
By JUDY BOLTON-FASMAN
An exhibition at the Tower of David Museum provides a fascinating glimpse into how Jerusalem’s photographers captured the city at the turn of the 20th century.
By MORDECHAI BECK
Delve right in to the trials and tribulations of one loosely connected Jewish family.
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
A majestic tale of stolen art during the Holocaust gets bogged down by unnecessary details.
By AARON LEIBEL
An exhibition at the Israel Museum is a fascinating spread that offers a fresh angle on the Spaniard’s evolution as an artist and man.
In Marsala, Sicily, eight extraordinary tapestries depicting the life and times of Josephus Flavius beckon visitors.
By JUDITH FEIN
Members of the public of all ages came together to transform a graffiti-covered wall in Pardess Hanna.
By PENINA HOROWITZ
By KATHERINE KEENAN
Playing exactly what the composer intends.
By SARAH HERSHENSON
Paper-based art continues to flourish, as is evident from the “Paper Creatures” exhibition, which opened at the Jaffa Museum last Friday and is due to run until October 29.
Raise Your Spirits Theater is an all-female theater company, which performs for women only.
Holocaust survivors sculpt their memories.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Since its redevelopment into a major site for tourism and entertainment, the Tel Aviv Port has become an area of great diversity in terms of food, recreation and culture.
“Simulation” features photographs of nearly 25 women of all ages and backgrounds, and will be on display at Jaffa Art Gallery starting August 11.
"People always tell me, if you’re doing what you love then you’ll never work a day in your life."
Here’s looking at you, kid
“I’m a free spirit, with no roots. But when I feel that I am floating, I look at the names on my arm.”
By CARL HOFFMAN
Sitting down with the Taiwan-born Ching-Yun Hu, an Arthur Rubinstein Piano Competition winner who will be back in Israel next week for an intriguing recital.
“That said, I really enjoy dancing on pointe. I believe it verges on the divine. The feeling of floating above the ground is amazing."
The Dali exhibition at Tel Aviv Port draws the crowds.
By RACHEL MYERSON
A round-up of new from around the nation.
By COMPILED BY JULIE STEIGERWALD
Holon’s Print Screen Festival provides plenty of food for thought – on the way we consume, have sex, sleep and dream.
The exhibition looks at the gray areas between physical, cultural and conceptual interfaces.
“The manikins share the space with the viewer, and this helps them become uncanny.”
Israeli institutions and projects around the country have benefited from the extraordinary generosity of individual donors and community foundations.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The US Congress works to pass the HEAR act
By TED CRUZ