Allison Kaplan Sommer, Don Futterman and Noah Efron discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week.
There never was, and will never be, anyone like Yoram Taharlev, May his Memory Be for a Blessing.
In the Heights
Prime Minister Naftali Bennett exults that “This is the moment of the Golan Heights.” But should it be?
We’ve Only Just Begun
Yair Lapid and his Yesh Atid party celebrate ten years in politics, longer than any centrist party ever survived the rough-and-tumble of Israeli politics. What is the secret of their success?
All this and new versions of a few of Yoram Taharlev’s most beloved songs, off the just-finished project, Ya‘aleh ve-Yavo: A Tribute to the Songs of Yoram Taharlev.
- Ein Ahava Aharona, set to music and performed by Kama Vardi
- Ani Met, performed by Yoni Bloch, with music by Matti Caspi
- She-ha-Shemesh Taavor ‘Alai, performed by Shalva, with music by Hanan Yuval