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The weekly items take in music, the culinary arts, street parties and all manner of cultural outings, at various locations around the city center

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February 2, 2017 19:39
Neta Elkayam

Neta Elkayam. (photo credit: GAYA)

 
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This year’s Shaon Horef is in the offing. Now into its fifth year, the Jerusalem Municipality Young Adult Authority-initiated venture has become a fixture on the capital’s annual cultural calendar, with hundreds of slots taking place around town on Mondays throughout February.

The weekly items take in music, the culinary arts, street parties and all manner of cultural outings, at various locations around the city center, including the cozy Mazkeka joint and other spots on Shushan Street, such as Sobar, and there will be an outdoor music gig on the corner of Koresh and Hasson streets just down the road, and other items on Hillel and Yanai streets – all within easy walking distance of each other. The latter will host a delectable fusion of art and tasty physical victuals.

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