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.
Tel Aviv-based Funtactix is the only company worldwide creating official video games based on blockbuster movies like Hunger Games and Mission Impossible for social media.
Clap Cognac and Monique Baines accepted the invitation of an Israeli hip-hop producer to come make a record in Tel Aviv.
Meni Yaesh’s first feature film, shot in his native Bat Yam, is getting global accolades for its exploration of religion, love and violence.
Not just for kids: Jerusalem’s International Festival of Puppet Theater is widely lauded for innovation in an evolving performing art.
Organizers of an Israeli-American music project hope to break barriers and bring people together.
Summer’s warm nights bring a variety of performances, concerts and art installations reflecting the unique spirit of Israel’s capital city.
An Israeli startup called Adventure Mob seeks to breathe new life into the cult-classic game “Leisure Suit Larry” with a new gaming platform.
An award-winning Israeli student film made with a budget of just $800 has been chosen to appear at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Israel Children’s Museum in Holon encourages parents and children alike to explore, touch, feel, climb and discover.