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Moody's estimates that its rating will rise in the next 12-18 months if the improvement in debt levels and fiscal performance continues, despite upcoming elections.
"Fleeting Still Life," a new exhibition of photographs by Tel Aviv photographer Ariel Yannay explores memory, self and the transience of experience.
Merav Mack and Benjamin Balint delve into the hidden and closed-off libraries of Jerusalem.
I enjoyed the sculptures of Ronit Eden where she celebrates the beauty of fertility with a series of sculptures the evoke Henry Moore and his fascination with positive and negative space.
By DANNY SHORKEND
Suzanne Dellal, October 17
By ORA BRAFMAN
Named for famed poet Shaul Tchernichovsky (for whom the street also derives its name), the hotel utilizes Saul puns whenever possible.
By DAVID BRINN
The major result was that an intelligent play with something to say was too often reduced to vaudeville.
By HELEN KAYE
There’s no time like the present to go on at least one last water hike before the weather turns cold.
By MEITAL SHARABI
In “Mazurca Fogo” Bausch envisioned a tight link between Lisbon and Brazil.
Dori Parnes eerie music flits in and out like remembered snatches of song.
'Insecure' Season Three is better and deeper than ever
By VERNE GAY
Café Popular marks Chef Avi Bitton’s triumphant return to north Tel Aviv
By BUZZY GORDON
“The prizes are awarded to both films for their depth and cinematic expression, each of which is unique in its own way.”
By HANNAH BROWN
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