Native-born Israeli photographer Noam Chen documented a series of Los Angeles fund-raisers for Israel and came away impressed by some unexpected surprises.
Oum Kalthoum, was the foremost female vocalist of 20th century Arab music. Her legacy is being honored in Jerusalem with a night of song at the International Oud Festival. Plus, there’s a new street, named after her.
Holon’s Israeli Design Season features works made from junk that’s given a second chance: recycled items, readymades and found objects turned into art and design.
Toto, the Israel Sports Betting Board, last week opened the gate to horse race betting in Israel, in keeping with a long tradition from Roman times.
Israel’s female rockers shine through the lens of photographer Guy Prives.
The Design Museum Holon examines 200 years of bicycle design and cycling culture — including some long-lost “Blue & White” brands from 1950s Israel — and on through the latest 21st century innovations.
Jerusalem’s art exhibition season opens with Black Box, an exhibition of photographic images on billboards that is definitely not about advertising.
A new exhibition at the Shenkar College of Engineering and Design presents graphic works by Abram Games — one of the UK’s most influential designers — including his designs for Israel.
The delicate balance between modern living and the magical undersea world off the Sinai peninsula is the subject of a new exhibit by photographer Tsur “Tsuf” Pelly at Ramat-Gan’s Man and the Living World Museum.
Let’s get Medieval! Jerusalem’s Old City looks back a mere 1000 years with a fun-filled family festival inspired by the Middle Ages.