living in tel aviv

Transportation Minister Israel Katz speaks at an event marking the beginning of underground construc
Tel Aviv under construction

Transit to connect the White City with surrounding cities encounters roadblocks en route to completion

‘Humans of Tel Aviv’ demystifies a misunderstood people

Nalaga’at, which means “please touch,” was initially the world’s only theater company exclusively for deaf-blind actors born primarily with Usher’s Syndrome.

Top 10 things to do

The JPost culture guide for the week to come.

Har Homa in Jerusalem
Equally Jewish and democratic

Har Homa was founded in 1997, in the midst of a stormy binational struggle. Today it has nearly 20,000 residents, but it still looks like a construction site, neglected and uninviting.

28/06/2017
Ron Huldai
Grapevine: Huldai facing flak

Residents of the Gindi complex in Tel Aviv now have to take an 18-minute detour to enter and exit.

Rosh Hashana
City Notes: Far East to Mideast

Tel Aviv to host Chinese film festival

Dioz and Gidi Gilam
The prettiest mess in town

As for the reception so far, Sides is confident that Prettimess has proven to be a worthy second act to Engelmayer.

By ORI J. LENKINSKI
01/06/2017
Onya
Designing urban spaces for social change

The Onya collective at the Tel Aviv Central Bus Station seeks to improve the neighborhood with architecture, common spaces and garden radishes.

By FRANZISKA KNUPPER
01/06/2017
Palmahim Beach
Tel Aviv’s four-legged citizens

Moving to Tel Aviv and realizing how many people here adopt and take care of dogs was mind-blowing.

By CATERINA LANI
21/08/2016
Yan sushi bar Tel Aviv
Endless possibilities

The food does all the talking at the new sushi bar Yan

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