The Ein Hod Artist’s Colony isn’t just a place where some of Israel’s best artists live and work. Check out its galleries, museums and hands-on workshops.
Ethiopian immigrants make Yvel’s Megemeria collection sold around the world, and at the same time create a trade for themselves.
Sounds impossible, but Israel’s desert is considered one of the best places in the world to harvest tropical fish and marine plants for export.
In northern Israel, Arab and Jewish children learn to respect one another, through fighting.
Lovingly stitched patchwork quilts comprise a folksy, original tribute to the first 100 years of the Israeli collective village enterprise.
This summer at the Land of Israel Museum: Tales in the Sand, 15 lifelike sculptures of characters from the biblical Samson to Alice in Wonderland.
Forget vanilla. When Israelis eat ice cream they want to taste some local flavors. Two scoops of hummus ice cream anyone?
The Biblical Zoo is a favorite meeting spot to observe a vast range of animals in their natural habitats.
Yvel’s exquisite Megemeria jewelry collection is produced by Ethiopian immigrants to Israel who are learning a trade to support themselves.