Israeli trekkers in Nepal are still grappling with the tragic death of four compatriots in a large-scale avalanche earlier this month.
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We discuss the ethos behind the recently-divulged 1990 Israeli plan to invade the USSR to save Russian Jews.
TLV1’s Paul Sanchez went to Sderot, the rocket-battered town in southern Israel, to see a student village being built from recycled shipping containers.
We talk to Musethica’s founder and violist, Avri Levitan, and to Turkish violinist, Hande Kuden, who will take part in the festival.
Zvi Oren, explains why it is both unfair and unwise to isolate the food industry from the broader problem of high fuel prices and low wages.
DJ Antithesis brings you all the best Israeli music from the 1980s as part of his new ‘Time Machine’ series.
This week is Japanese culture week in Jerusalem, sponsored by the Japanese embassy and featuring cooking workshops by leading chefs in Israel and Japan.
ESPN’s Bram Weinstein discusses the historic World Series match-up between the San Francisco Giants and the Kansas City Royals.
The Supreme Court expressed doubts over conclusions drawn from investigations of the Tair Rada murder case that led to the conviction of Roman Zadarov.
While Olim LeBerlin is quite possibly the most apathetic protest movement ever, they are sending a message: there’s no shame in leaving Israel.
Younge’s concept albums are visual and immersive — like movies without pictures. Little wonder, since Younge is foremost a film composer.
It sounded like a motor racing track, but was in fact Yitzak Kariv Street, meters away from the Old City of Jerusalem…