For decades Arik Einstein was the voice of Israel – his music created a soundtrack for the nation. After his sudden death yesterday, ISRAEL21c looks back at his life.
A look back through the archives of the National Photo Collection at the high point of normalcy in Israel-Iran relations.
The 3rd annual Hula Bird Festival brought together bird lovers and birdwatchers, both Israeli and international, photographers and of course flocks of migrating birds.
Historic items, Israeliana and Zionist memorabilia including a number of particularly rare items from the Arnie Druck collection will be sold this week at an important auction in Jerusalem.
With camera in hand, photographer Yehoshua Halevi captures the unexpectedly bold and vivid colors of Israel’s fall foliage.
The new website, which offers digitized interviews with Holocaust survivors, is a resource for researchers and educators, as well as families interested in discovering relatives.
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.