Louisa Kahn is the lead singer of the band Terry Poison — and she has always been one to push the envelope. She grew up in Trondheim, a small town in Norway with a Jewish population of less than 100. Still, Louisa always had a strong Jewish identity. When she arrived in Tel Aviv at age 20, she fell head over heels for the city.
Many of the African asylum seekers in Levinsky Park actually live there — you can tell by the mattresses and blankets that have been slung up over the benches and under the jungle gym.
Meredith Ross’s biological parents gave her up for adoption and chose to give her a Jewish home. She chose to take it further and made aliyah to Israel.
This week, we will meet three remarkable people who have renounced God in the Holy Land, with everything that this step may entail.
Each week listeners send us the names of two artists – one Israeli, and one international. During the show, we’ll “link” the two artists through collaborations, cover songs, etc.
Sara Miller and fabulous co-host Lauren Izso take a hard look at the art of love in Israel. We dissect everything from the youthful allure of Israeli soldiers to the dangers of dating in the Holy Land, with a few words of bitter experience thrown in.
The Israeli Broadcast Authority (IBA) will be dismantled and the most-hated tax in Israel, the television license fee, will be cancelled – all part of a huge overhaul of Israel’s public broadcaster. How will the planned reform impact Israeli media?
It took Uruguay-born Hanoch Piven a while, and a few trips abroad, to realize that Israel is his true home, despite his initial – and protracted – feeling of alienation.
With the 86th Academy Awards just around the corner, The Entertainment Fix dedicates a special episode to the behind the scenes of the most important awards show in the Hollywood calendar, from an Israeli perspective.
Is it deflation? Is it unemployment? Or is it a cunning pre-emptive move…What lies behind Flug’s surprise cut of interest rates.