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“The truth requires that the festival be called the Festival of Dimness and not the Festival of Light.”
Singer says performing and also visiting ‘Palestine’ ‘is my action’
Gal Sabo's Triptych, Israeli theater's sole representative at this year's festival, explores the clash between the burning desire of three Israeli women for social acceptance and approval.
The Holiday of Holidays bash certainly helps in that regard.
By BARRY DAVIS
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
By PEGGY CIDOR
HOT series 'Nehama' competing for prestigious award.
By AMY SPIRO
MustonenFest Tallinn-Tel Aviv brings together some great Estonian-Israeli collaborations.
By MAXIM REIDER
KAN continues to delay ticket sales for anticipated May music competition.
Dancers, klezmer bands, and unique art installations dot the sides streets of Jerusalem for the 8th annual festival series that turns chilly Mondays in February into a winter happening.
By BEN BRESKY
Three-day music festival - 'Almost Cut My Hair' - to take place south of Dead Sea in April
By DAVID BRINN
The movie won the Haggiag Award for Best Israeli Feature Film at the Jerusalem Film Festival this summer (a prize it shared with The Dive), as well as awards for Best Actress and Best First Feature.
By HANNAH BROWN
By TALY SHARON
Internationally acclaimed pianist Boris Giltburg among distinguished performers at Classicameri Festival in Eilat
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