The debate over whether or not to sell the magazine, at whose offices 12 journalists and cartoonists were killed by terrorists earlier this month, continues.
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The religious-Zionist youth movement Bnei Akiva is asking its members to help build up the infrastructure for a new settlement in the northern West Bank.
This week the Bible Land Museum released a newly-published archive of cuneiform tablets, dating to the generations that followed the destruction of Jerusalem by Nebuchadnezzar II.
A Reuters analysis last week argued that Israel’s high-tech boom is a double-edged sword. One of the article’s authors, Tova Cohen, explains why.
Diwan Saz is a multicultural Jewish-Muslim group of seven musicians who perform ancient music from Central Asia, Turkey, Persia, and the Holy Land.
It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to say that Scott’s work is revitalizing jazz, an art form which has tended to stagnate.
With French Jewish immigration to Israel on the rise, host Daniella Cheslow heads to Netanya to assess the impact of the new arrivals on local cuisine.
Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball; Israel tennis; English and Spanish soccer league round-ups; Have David Blatt and LeBron James turned a corner?
In their final segment, hosts Adam Ross and Zoe Yellen discuss more personal questions about the program, life in Israel post-internship, and the future.
The MASA Israel Leadership Summit was held in Jerusalem a few weeks ago & TLV1’s Adam Ross was one of the attendees. He reports on the values of the summit.
Men were cast in women’s roles, women played men’s roles, and the greatest Broadway songs were re-interpreted and turned on their heads.