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“We thought next of having a desk chair, something with wheels. But then I thought that would be kind of lame."
Examining Jerusalem’s boutique hotel trend from the inside
March Hare Festival offers performances, discussion and community.
Montreal-based choreographer Danièle Desnoyers presents her famed work ‘Duos Pour Corps et Instruments’ at Suzanne Dellal’s CanaDanse festival.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The Tzlilim Bamidbar Festival returns to Sde Boker.
By BARRY DAVIS
Yakir Sasson takes audiences on an adventure at this year’s Tel Aviv Jazz Festival.
Given the changes imposed on the Supreme Court by Shaked, they should have some interesting things to say.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Phantom’s executive producer, Ken Davenport flew in to Tel Aviv from New York — for 30 hours only — just to talk to the press about the opera.
By SHIRLEY FINKELSTEIN
The annual dance festival showcases new works by up-and-coming Israeli choreographers to audiences around the country.
Mor Shani remounts his work ‘While the Fireflies Disappear’ as an homage to Inbal company founder, choreographer Sara Levi-Tanai.
“Nirim is a place where youth learn to become an integral part of society and help lead it,” Sagy, who also serves as CEO of the Central Bottling Company, said.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Artists, public figures, members of the public sought to stop advancement of controversial bill.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
A hotel with such a focus on the high-tech world might easily lose a sense of what draws in guests, but the Link Hotel & Hub does not forgo a warm atmosphere for its hi-tech environment.
By AVRAHAM GOLD
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