Nature photographer Marco Jona frequents Israel’s bird observatories to capture feathered friends on their migratory paths. With 500 million birds passing through every year, its enough to keep any nature photographer busy.
Never mind the taste – if you’re truly Israeli, you love Mitz Paz, the only beverage still around from the days before the establishment of the State of Israel.
Jerusalem’s Hadassah College’s photography department has published a new online magazine and blog dedicated to photography, video and new media in Israel and beyond.
The 13th annual Animix Festival is honoring Joshua “Jacky” Jackson for his lifetime achievement: keeping Israeli kids on their toes with his weekly cartoon brainteaser.
Photographer Assaf Pinchuk has captured some of the country’s most amazing and beautiful homes and hotels within his lens.
A new video made with support by Google pays homage to WEIZAC, Israel’s first computer – and that which launched Israel into the information age.
Tel Aviv’s Florentine neighborhood provides inspiration, material and the location for a new gallery and exhibition by photographer Daniel Siboni as he takes a street’s-eye view of fashion imagery.
Participants in the festivities at Jerusalem’s new city square at the axis of Shlomzion HaMalka, Ben Sira and HaMelech Shlomo Streets may have no idea that this was once the location of the British army and police HQ, a battlefield and a border.
The world’s largest Jewish athletic competition is an extended family bonded together by heritage, love of sports and — this being 2013 — online photo sharing, too.
With a consistent 25% market share, Bamba is Israel’s best-loved snack food. What accounts for its popularity? Good marketing and a peanut coating, for starters. And then there’s those health benefits…