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The letters will be sold in a live auction with participation online by the Winner’s auction house in Jerusalem.
The “Kimat Mukhan” project is a play on words inferring the embryonic nature of the performers’ artistic development and work.
How residents of East Talpiot turned a local falafel place into a community-owned pub and social center.
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Official kickoff awaits green light from Jerusalem Rabbinate.
By ORRI J. AVRAHAM
The familiar aromas of fish and spices somehow vanish to make way for a whiff of alcohol and the misty fume of narghilas.
One could identify Effie Benaya, founder, manager and artistic director of the Oud Festival of Jerusalem, as the most realistic dreamer among us.
Friday’s performance, professionally video-taped, will be repeated in Washington in the hope that the AIPAC delegates will gain a broader appreciation of life in Israel beyond the news headlines.
Today, tourism is skyrocketing and businesses are flocking to the city.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The greatest of American musical masterpieces’ comes to Beit Hillel, Hebrew University, Mt. Scopus for nine performances.
Bolshoi stars Mikhail Lobukhin and Yulia Stepanova perform ‘La Bayadere’ around the country.
By ORI J. LENKINSKI
The Israeli Andalusian Orchestra Ashdod opens its season with ‘Songs of Friends’
By BARRY DAVIS
Interactive art pieces at Mekudeshet Festival to challenge beliefs and encourage new ways of thinking
By ROCKY BAIER
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