The finale earned the highest ratings for a single TV episode in Israeli history, capturing hearts and stomachs in Israel and abroad.
Jerusalem Design Week gives the public a chance to check out the latest in Israeli design, including an exhibit of intentionally ‘bad’ designs.
A-list puppeteer Len Levitt leaves Los Angeles to try his luck on the Israeli puppet stage.
TV for dogs, doggie resorts, high-tech pooper scoopers – ISRAEL21c brings you some of the more unusual ways that Israelis are making life better for their pet pooches.
Honey & Co. brings Middle East fare to British palates, winning rave reviews from food critics.
Israel’s capital is covered in snow as the biggest snowstorm in more than two decades hits the city. ISRAEL21c sent a videographer onto the city’s streets to catch the fun.
ISRAEL21c takes you into the showroom of Israel’s largest online seller of colored diamonds, a hot commodity for wearing and investing.
The annual student exhibition at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design is a big draw for the public and buyers worldwide.
Paris-based Arik Levy has long believed that his Israeli Jewish identity contributes to his artistic versatility.
2012 was a year of innovation and progress. To celebrate the New Year, ISRAEL21c looks back at the top stories of the year.