Mervyn Smith, leader of the South African Jewish community for many years, has died at the age of 77 after a long illness.
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Blogger Veronica Nocky, a Swedish national who has been living in Israel for five years, recently wrote a post that went viral: ’20 signs you’ve been in Tel Aviv too long.’ She joins us to take a comical look at life in the White City.
The popular play The Wave, with its message against prejudice and fascism, arrives in Israel. British director Paul Stebbings discusses the kind of impact he’s hoping for.
A new start-up called KeyBoots aims to help travelers find live-in volunteer opportunities abroad.
Featuring music from the newly debuted Wavvy EP, the first ever Footwork/Juke line in Israel.
The Polish Culinary Week is returning to Tel Aviv and Haifa in a week’s time.
UFC fighter Rory Singer comments on the horrific injuries sustained by Leslie Smith in her last match.
Police busted a cozy mother-son weed farm in Bat Yam.
A rare peak inside the lives of Michael, Quincy, Avraham, and Kriszta, four young participants of the Career Israel program that we’re following for this special series of reports.
Paul Sanchez tells us the strange and tragic story of the Givat Amal neighborhood and its residents.
Every year the Tel Aviv municipality holds a Piano Festival. THIS is not that festival. This is the Mizrahi Piano Festival.