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Grapevine: Levy's lands

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

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Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience to reopen in May

The exhibits explore the way Jews in the American South influenced and throughout generations were influenced by the cultural heritage of their communities.

Museum opens at one of Holland’s most infamous Nazi camps

National Monument Camp Amersfoort is a large, underground and dark space dominated by the portraits and personal stories of about 47,000 people who were imprisoned at the facility.


Whiskey Bar & Museum provides an evening of fine food

The historic site was taken over by six enterprising businessmen and turned into a kosher restaurant and a whiskey museum containing over 1,300 bottles of the hard stuff.

Independence Day event held for first time at Museum of Tolerance

The museum, located between Zion Square and the neighborhood of Mamilla, is still undergoing construction.

Raphie Etgar's final offering at Museum on the Seam shows social flashpoints

Etgar’s swansong is called “Life/ Still Life/ Land” and, true to the museum’s enduring sociopolitical purview, takes a sober and unblinking look at the acerbic side of society here.


Back to roots for the bar mitzvah boy: A memorable visit to Beit Hagdudim

The Jewish Battalions Museum in Avichail has meaningful memories.

Portugal opens the doors to Oporto Holocaust museum

The first day of its opening brought 500 visitors, with 25 allowed inside at a time, and a long line stretching out its entrance.

Ancient Egyptian mummies paraded through Cairo on way to new museum

The convoy transported 18 kings and four queens, mostly from the New Kingdom, from the Egyptian Museum in central Cairo's Tahrir Square to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.

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