Erdan vows to vote against budget if police not boosted
US committed to maintaining Israel's 'military edge' in light of Iran deal
Make ‘racist’ Lehava illegal, says MK
Smotrich: LGBT community attacks, slanders anyone who thinks differently from them
The Yes Men are still fixing the world
Israeli archaeologists uncover city gate in Goliath's hometown
'No truth in claim that Walt Disney was an anti-Semite'
SUEDE Menora Mivtachim Arena, Tel Aviv July 30
Ashdod's preseason soccer match in Bulgaria turns ugly
Israeli swimmer Toumarkin shows promising form in Kazan
WATCH: Violent Bulgarian fans chase Israeli soccer team off the field
Israelis grab 61 medals at Special Olympics in LA
Yitzhak Rabin's sister speaks out against Jewish terror: We don't want another Yigal Amir
Gay rights activist says she’s optimistic about community’s future in Jerusalem
IDF destroys illegally built home in West Bank settlement of Eli
Website for marital cheats edges closer to advertising on Israeli TV, radio
Sources: Hamas focusing on terror attacks from West Bank after high casualties in Gaza war
'A miracle saved my five boys'
Jewish and Muslim religious leaders visit members of Dawabsha family in hospital
Palestinian Authority presents file documenting 'settler terrorism' to ICC prosecutor
Al-Aksa 'blood libel' preacher who said Jews masterminded 9/11 arrested
Hundreds attend Limmud South Africa conference in Johannesburg
Wiesenthal Center calls on Germany to condemn 'Jew baiting' at Maccabi games
Study names three 'most Jewish' cities in America
Trump campaign fires Jewish adviser over racist Facebook posts
US Jewish groups call on Israel to rein in its Jewish extremists
Steinitz fires back at US energy minister: If I were American, I would oppose the Iran deal
German banks to open Iranian branches, official says
Moniz to Israeli reporters: Iran deal does not change ‘one iota’ who America’s friends are
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Syrian-Kurd intellectual to Post: 'US and Israel need to stop Turkish attacks in Syria now'
Nusra Front abducts US-backed rebel leader, blunts efforts against ISIS
Iraqi militia leader says US not serious about fighting Islamic State
Canadian-Israeli anti-ISIS fighter: If we don't fight them there, they'll come here
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Hebron teen saved by Rambam’s ECMO machine after suffering crush injury
Proportion of contract workers in Israel similar to other developed countries, study shows
Leumit health fund 'caps' salaries of independent physicians
Haifa to expand air quality monitoring program
Israel’s largest solar field begins flowing to the national grid
Hydrocarbons found in second wells at Golan Heights oil project
Establish commission to examine water flow to Jordan, MK says
Global hi-tech firm opens new office in Jerusalem with haredi staff
Mark Zuckerberg: Virtual reality is Facebook's next frontier
Budget deal to give NIS 18,000 ‘piggy bank’ to 18-year-olds
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Australian Legislators and Political Advisors Visit Gaza Border Communities
New Campsite for Youth Dedicated in Maginim Forest
New Hadid Single Dedicated in Ben Shemen Forest
Eucalyptus Park in Beit Shean Inaugurated
Chinese Delegation Tours Negev Agriculture and Forestry
Italy’s National Day at EXPO 2015
The Ambassadors’ Club of Israel Tours the Galilee with KKL-JNF
The International Solidarity Mission Says Goodbye in Jerusalem
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New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
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The Shamir Drilling Project
$100 Million JNF Boruchin Israel Education Advocacy Center Opens
JNF Canada Pays Tribute to the Honourable John Baird
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LDA Conference: Science and Technology for Forests
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
An Olah Reports From Nepal
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Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
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08.04.2015 | 19 Av, 5775
Les photos de Loretta Lux sont exposées en Israël pour la première fois. Entrez dans cet univers fascinant, parfois troublant…
By SARAH LEVI
Accrochez-vous. Ces artistes vont voltiger au-dessus de vos têtes jusqu’à vous couper le souffle. Un spectacle prodigieux en plein Tel-Aviv…
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Artwork on display at ‘Under the Mountain’ will offer a different perspective on the familiar and conventional narrative of the Temple Mount, and strive to construct an alternative mythology.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The Israel Festival’s Nekudat Mifgash tries to recreate the halcyon days when Arabs and Jews enjoyed a slice of watermelon together in no-man’s-land.
By BARRY DAVIS
News from around Jerusalem.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
A gallery in the haredi neighborhood of Mekor Baruch is experiencing a revival.
The Animix festival opens next week in Tel Aviv
By JESSICA VRAZILEK
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents an exhibition of works by artist Hagit Lalo who died in 1961 at the age of 29.
McFerrin, as a vocalist and conductor, is renowned for his extraordinary vocal control and unique technique.
By IRIS YERUSHALMI
The concert is scheduled to take place on August 18 at the Rishon Lezion Ampitheater.
By NOA AMOUYAL
When Jewish, Chilean-born artist Mauricio Avayu first thought of bringing the Torah to life by painting its stories on canvas, he saw a very daunting task.
By JASON SHALTIEL
Dalia Shimko has done a good job of realizing this unprepossessing tale.
By HELEN KAYE
‘You Won’t Succeed on Broadway if You Don’t Have Any Jews’ has its heart in the right place, but goes a little overboard in its enthusiastic tribute to the legendary composers of the Great White Way.
Things to do in the week to come.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Frost’s most recent album, Aurora, received rave reviews from music magazines and sites like Pitchfork, Spin and Clash for its intense electronic ambience.
By SHANI SHAHMOON
One by one the dancers enter, performing short solos portraying inner landscapes, and soon the compiled effect of the solos becomes overwhelming.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Caesarea Amphitheater, July 10.
By NATI GABBAY
"We wanted to show people in Israel what real Irish dance is and can be," say dancers.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The veteran character actor talks movies, music and life at the Jerusalem Film Festival
By HANNAH BROWN
Your entertainment planner.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The annual Voice of Music Festival is almost upon us.
Rachel Erdos presents ‘Castle’ at the Tel Aviv Dance Festival.
The LA-based lawyer speaks to the ‘Post’ about his successful recovery of a world famous painting looted by the Nazis from its Jewish owners.
Pianist Roman Rabinovich will perform with the Ariel Quartet in January.
A graduate of The Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, world-renowned conductor Ariel Zuckermann is happy to perform with them later this month.
"Terminator Genisys" packs a powerful punch.
By RICK BENTLEY
The activities of the IVAI July opera workshop are open to the public.
By MAXIM REIDER
Lightnin’ Malcolm opens the Tel Aviv Blues Festival tonight.
The Eifman Ballet performs two major pieces this month.
Yasmeen Godder presents‘Climax’ at Studio Varda.
By GADI DAGON,ORI J. LENKINSKI
Local artists, both young and old, will gather at Tel Aviv’s Barby Club to pay tribute to the iconic filmmaker.
Tel Aviv Exhibition Grounds. June 26
By LIOR PHILLIPS
Mixing the incompatibles and wandering aimlessly on and off the stage, the artists incessantly bombarded the audience with the unexpected.
By URY EPPSTEIN
The Tel Aviv Museum of Art presents a new exhibit of the classic graphic designs of Israeli artist Otte Wallish.
Kudos to the Ella Grossman designers, including set designer Eran Atzmon, costumer Orna Smorgonsky, video artist Yoav Cohen and most certainly to director Pines.
The world-class saxophonist and former member of Dire Straits is proud to be performing with his fellow sultans of swing in Tel Aviv this week.
In a most festive affair, the Ness Ziona Municipality celebrated an ambitious addition to its flourishing cultural center.
These days, a more mature Yael Deckelbaum is not looking to ‘reinvent the wheel’ as she debuts her latest album at the Barby Club in Tel Aviv.
Prof. Mordechai Kremnitzer said there are limits to freedom of expression in a democracy, “but they are very far away.”
By HAYAH GOLDLIST-EICHLER
At least 100 people attended the library’s opening on Sunday.
Local artist Anat Betzer makes morbid look beautiful in her latest exhibit at the Haifa Museum.
By ARIEL HENDELMAN
An Arab museum of contemporary art opens in Sakhnin.
The new Ballet Ness Ziona debuts with ‘Hofesh.’
The Kibbutz Contemporary Dance Company takes an original turn.
The best things to do this weekend and in the week to come.
Going to see Art Garfunkel last Wednesday night was a rare opportunity to see a landsman from a long ago past.
By ELLI WOHLGELERNTER
Alternative rock heavyweights Incubus kicked off their first Israeli gig since 2007 with an apology.
Canadian choreographer Benoit Lachambre performs the sinuous ‘Snakeskins’ at part of the Israel Festival.
Jerusalem-based double bass player Simon Starr fondly recalls how doing domestic chores as a child in Australia inspired him to become a musician
THE OPERA FESTIVAL: Tosca and Carmina Burana; Masada, June 4-5
Location and date are yet to be announced.
By SHAWN RODGERS
A guest at this week’s Tel Aviv LGBT International Film Festival, ‘True Blood’s’ Angela Robinson speaks to the ‘Post’ on vampires, metaphors and fun.
Conceived and directed by Romeo Castellucci; YMCA, June 3
Jerusalem Theater, June 1.
The work of 12 international photographers goes on display at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
By GRAHAM LAWSON
Flanked by a seven-piece band and two young blonde female back-up singers, the British balladeer strolled onto the stage wearing a black tuxedo with a strip of black sequins on each side.
There are several stellar old hands in the lineup of the 29th edition of the Red Sea Jazz Festival, which will take place in Eilat August 23-26.
The Kontrapunkt series at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art brings together visual and performance arts
Bulgarian soprano Svetla Vassileva is looking forward to playing one of her favorite roles in the Israeli Opera’s production of Puccini’s ‘Tosca.’
Decked out in a sparkling black pantsuit, sultry 74-year-old Warwick sat perched center stage on a white bar stool, bringing a tear to every eye and melting every heart.
By SARAH LEVIN
Acclaimed singer Colin Schachat has a love of the classic big band crooners.
New television series: The Herzls
By JPOST IVRIT STAFF
Israeli Glass 2015
A monument to those who fell in El-Hamma
The culture budget war New Culture Minister Miri Regev’s efforts to cut funding for unpatriotic institutions causes a fuss.
By SHULA KOPF
Spanning nationalities and professions, the history of the Jewish state ties in with some positive personalities.
By MICHAEL D. EVANS
Bezalel greats Ezri Tarazi and Haim Parnas show off their unconventional housewares at the Tower of David.
This week, the Israeli Cartoon Museum in Holon unveils an intriguing exhibition called “Valiant Women and Super Heroes: Bibles Stories in Comics.”
Alexis Gregory, who sees quality and buys "a beautiful picture," shares his remarkable collection of old French master paintings with the Israel Museum.
By DAVID STROMBERG
For three local photographers, real life is much more compelling than fiction.
Loretta Lux is displaying her art in Israel for the first time.
“Abba, Tata, Papa” is a multifarious venture whichever way you look at it.
The recently opened Arab Museum of Contemporary Art in Sakhnin is bringing Tel Aviv to the periphery.
By CARL HOFFMAN
“These days, words have been almost completely emptied of meaning. The visual medium is more immediate and can transport an audience to a different place and mind-set."
The Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art pays tribute to artists-in-residence.
A national lottery project will see seven young fashion designers on the stage at the prestigious Gindi Fashion Week.
Beauty and utility lurk in discarded wood pallets.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Pop radio show host Yoav Kutner features in Ashdod’s Poetican Festival, a tribute to the sea.
Some of sculptor Uri Katzenstein’s more bizarre pieces include ‘Butt Print,’ a ‘blood painting’ using his baby’s body, and a swastika chair; he’s even writing a new language.
A Holocaust survivor paints his experiences that show hints of love and hope. His old studio is now a Museum where everything is both history and art.
By MAGALI DRUSCOVICH
Florentin, Neve Tzedek and other hidden places in the center of Tel Aviv invite us in to get a different look at ideas and colors.
Sister of Paris Hilton weds James Rothschild at London's Kensington Palace.
By DINA BERLINER
'AMY', which follows the "Rehab" singer's life and death in 2011 from alcohol poisoning, was shown on Tuesday night before hitting UK cinemas on Friday.
Best things to do in the week to come.
The summer-long Tel Aviv Dance Festival kicks off this weekend.
Cirque du Soleil is here to dazzle and delight.
Donizetti’s ’The Elixir of Love’ is performed at the Sultan’s Pool.
By GEORGE MEDOVOY SPECIAL TO THE JERUSALEM POST
TLVFest and Cinema of the South open this week.
The Pyatnitsky Russian Folk Chorus performs a well-rounded repertoire.
‘Lysistrata X’ is a futuristic version of the ancient Greek satire.
Best outings to look out for in the week to come.
The historic endeavor is not yet finished, and the Claims Conference will carry on with it for as long as is needed.
By JULIUS BERMAN
Miri Regev keeps stating that her main goal is to increase the budget for culture; Let us all wish her success in this endeavor.
By SUSAN HATTIS ROLEF
Miri Regev’s desire to cut off funds from any theater with which she has a political disagreement shows a stunning lack of self-confidence in the rightness of her own views.
By JEFF BARAK
Netanyahu sorely needed someone who could do more to solve his problems than sing “Bridge over Troubled Water.”
The audience that attends the concerts of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra in Jerusalem is undoubtedly unique.