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8 sounds you’ll hear at Tel Aviv Pride

Pride is always a feast for the eyes, but what about for the ears? What do glitter, leather, and rainbows sound like?

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Ein Gedi: A Dead Sea story

No trip to Israel is complete without a visit to the Dead Sea – the lowest place on earth. But it might not be quite what you expect.

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Give the people what they want

How do we give in Hebrew? Latet is to give, but in some structures it could also mean other things. And what is latet barosh, to give in the head?

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A Different Haggadah

In a very special Passover edition of a Different Class, we present the true story of the Exodus from Egypt…

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The individual and the social in psychoanalysis

Prof. Uri Hadar of Tel Aviv University talks about his book ‘Psychoanalysis and Social Involvement: Interpretation and Action.’

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Making the desert bloom — and creating jobs, too

JNF’s Negev initiatives have made life more livable for thousands of residents. And as the organization’s work expands, the positive social and economic impact may be felt throughout the country.

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The new Israeli boys’ club

For Jewish men in Israel, IDF service is an important rite of passage, which doesn’t leave much space or need for other male social clubs like fraternities.

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Endangered sea, neglected shores

Residents of the Haifa area are furious over what they feel is the neglect of the quality of the Mediterranean shores where they live.

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JDate seeks to rekindle long-lost summer camp romances

For those who went to sleepaway camp, there is a special nostalgia for that summer experience. Even romance. JDate will soon tap into that feeling in what will be the first Jewish camp-specific dating service.

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