A photo interview with 12 Tel Avivians who eschew the use of animal flesh explores the motives, conflict and ideals driving Israel’s Vegan movement.
The nursery rhyme Ooga, Ooga, Ooga (“Cake, cake cake”) is part of every Israeli childhood but author Mira Lobe, who wrote and illustrated the original 1950s book, had an even wider influence.
Tamar Shalit-Avni’s Ba-Pardes (In the Orchard) is a photographic series depicting cultivated agricultural spaces inhabited by man — or in this case, woman.
The railway boxcar, once used for transport to Nazi death camps, will now serve as a living monument and educational center in memory of the Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
The beloved domestic pets, feral waifs and sad strays of Israel’s cities are the focus of a new photo exhibition by Orna Naor.
Sharon Raz, documenter of Israel’s abandoned structures and street artist Klone, defacer of Tel Aviv’s decaying facades, take an artistic road trip that turns nostalgia on its head.
Recycling and composting join tree-planting as Israel’s way to celebrate Tu B’shvat, the New Year of the Trees.
Wits on the battlefield and wiles in the Knesset. A selection of images of Ariel Sharon from Israel’s national and military archives.
In time for for next week’s Tu b’Shvat holiday, the pretty pink Cyclamen has made its annual appearance.
Many resources are available to those in search of long-lost relatives and friends but Nostal.co.il outdid itself this week when it closed the circle between a Tel Aviv schoolgirl, a Hollywood movie star and the 60 year-old scrapbook that connected them.