A seaside snapshot of Christian, Arab and Jewish harmony in a relaxing atmosphere of cafés and galleries.
Volunteers from more than 25 countries come every year to help out at Israel’s national emergency response organization.
The annual Zombie Walk brings out hundreds of undead revelers to the streets of Tel Aviv.
The annual student exhibition at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design is a big draw for the public and buyers worldwide.
How Israel’s biggest eye-sore is being turned into a massive public park and recycling education center.
Members of Orphaned Land have taken the unusual step of applying for Turkish citizenship, which will allow them to put on shows for fans in Arab nations.
Every week as many as 300 rollerbladers hit the night streets of Tel Aviv through a loose confederation nicknamed the ‘Rollers.’ ISRAEL21c went to take part.
Olive lovers of all ages came to find out, at Israel’s first official olive-pit spitting contest.
The unique Israeli self-defense martial art of Krav Maga is taught internationally, but many students prefer to learn it in Israel, at its source.
Art-loving tourists from around the globe are making the new wing of the Tel Aviv Museum of Art a top priority on their itineraries.