The Knesset goes into a “summer recess” after the most tumultuous session anyone can remember. How’s the new government doing, 73 days in?
Kids are finally returning to desks-and-whiteboards after missing almost all of last year. What did we learn from the pandemic about how to make schools better?
A movie about ultra-Orthodox Bnei Brak during the pandemic upends everything we thought we knew. But is it the whole picture?
Can you teach co-existence? Decency? Some social scientists say “no.”
Should the government tax us into acting right?
What does an award-winning documentary about growing up on a kibbutz tell us about what it means to be an Israeli?
What do the Olympics tell folks here about what it means to be an Israeli?
Is it time for Israeli courts to stop allowing improperly gotten evidence? A newly proposed law would outlaw “the fruit of the poisonous tree.”
Tel Aviv’s beautiful new “Culinary Institute of Israel” is attacked for cultural appropriation and “food-washing”. Is it possible to make a meal without a side of politics?
Israel’s new government says, let a thousand hekhshers (Kosher certifications) bloom. Who stands to gain and who stands to lose?