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Sculpture festival brings art in stone to Hadera

The giant sculptures will be spread out to decorate the various squares on the streets of Hadera.

ETHIOPIA WAS the first provider and exporter of coffee beans, to Yemen.

Israelis prefer Israeli-made black coffee to European espresso

In addition, it was found that 66% of Israelis consume 1-3 cups of coffee per day on average, compared to 34% who reported consuming more than 4 cups of coffee on average per day.

Six unorthodox reasons to celebrate Independence Day - opinion

According to the latest UN World Happiness Report, Israelis are the ninth most cheerful people on the globe.


Israel to invest NIS 3 billion in sports infrastructure in periphery

The program will heavily focus on bridging the sports infrastructure gap between Israeli minority groups and the broad population.

Is tourism in Israel back?

What a difference a few months make. Tour guides are busy again and with renewed hope about the summer of 2022.

By Doron Kornbluth

Israeli series, The Lesson, wins top prizes at Canneseries Competition

The Lesson looks at a conflict between a troubled teacher, Amir (Doron Ben-David, best known as Steve on Fauda), and Lian, a rebellious and equally troubled student, over issues of racism.

Grapevine April 3, 2022: Fashion Week gala

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Concert season heats up with rockers, crooners

Maroon 5, the Pixies and Nick Cave are all set to perform in Israel in the coming months, as well as many others

A cult thorn in the parental side

‘1000 Thorns’ takes a look at the contentious topic of cults.

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