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‘Prostitution in shuttered houses or even in backyards, drugs, needles and more, are a regular sight [in certain areas]...’
“This is how it goes, that’s politics, and it’s beyond our control,” he said.
The booths at the market sported all kinds of sweets, chocolates, caramels, and anything else someone with a sweetooth could wish for.
Will the modernization of the Carmel Market lessen its charms?
By NIV ELIS
Good food, cozy atmosphere and great prices are a winning combination at this Tel Aviv bistro.
By YONI COHEN
Israelis brace themselves for a week of torrential rains, thunderous winds; Modi'in mall flooded; snow expected Wednesday in J'lem.
By SHARON UDASIN, MELANIE LIDMAN AND JPOST STAFF
Loren Minsky speaks to Eli Mizrahi, 61, owner of Café Mizrahi in Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem.
By LOREN MINSKY/ ITRAVELJERUSALEM.COM TEAM
Chef Tali Friedman found her calling by leading tours of Jerusalem’s famed Mahaneh Yehuda Market.
By AMY SPIRO
Mahane Yehuda fruit and vegetable market has been transformed into
By LINDA GRADSTEIN
Unlike previous years, hundreds of residents and visitors will not be streaming into the shuk until all hours this summer.
By PEGGY CIDOR
We don’t always have to agree, but we should at least talk to each other.
By DEBORAH S. DANAN
Going with the flow didn’t turn out as smoothly as I’d imagined.
For city dwellers, the idea of a farmer’s market is a novelty.
By FAYE LEVY AND YAKIR LEVY
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