The latest statistics released by the Israel Cancer Association (ICA) show that rates of cancer are higher in areas such as Haifa and Akko.
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Allison, Don, and Noah discuss whether the legitimacy of being an out-and-out secular politician is diminishing.
For many, ‘Festigal,’ the Hannukah song festival for children, has lost some of the innocence and wholesomeness that once made it so great.
Marina Toshich discusses her childhood and how she never imagined that out of all of her hobbies, the oud, would ultimately become her life and career.
Dr. Efrat Tolkowsky, CEO of the Gazit-Globe Real Estate Institute, evaluates a new affordable housing program set to go into effect in December.
This week’s show follows the prejudices Muslims around the world are facing and how comedians and musicians use their craft to share their experiences.
This week is Japanese culture week in Jerusalem, sponsored by the Japanese embassy and featuring cooking workshops by leading chefs in Israel and Japan.
As Jerusalem celebrates Japan Culture Week, Ari talks to legendary Japanese-Samoan sumo wrestler Konishiki Yasokichi.
A new book claims to have solved one of the greatest crime mysteries in history – the identity of Jack the Ripper.
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…