The local wine industry has matured to the point where connoisseurs come to Tel Aviv each year to sample the latest offerings at IsraWineExpo.
A luxury hotel going up in Jerusalem drew on the eco-building talents of the members of a tiny kibbutz in Israel’s Negev Desert.
To find the largest crafts fair in Israel, come to Tel Aviv’s Nachlat Binyamin neighborhood any Tuesday or Friday – rain or shine.
When a precious watch and clock collection was stolen from a Jerusalem museum, time stood still for 24 years until its return. Now it is on display once again.
From Byzantine, to Bauhaus, Israel has dozens of architectural styles that blend beautifully into the landscape of the Holy Land. ISRAEL21c brings you the top 10.
Once a common form of decoration in the ancient Mediterranean, mosaic is now flourishing again in Israel with a whole new take on a traditional art form.
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.
The two-day 2011 Veolia Desert Challenge drew athletes and families from six countries and across Israel for biking and running events.
The Mount Hermon ski resort spawned Israelis’ love of winter sports. Its slopes quickly fill with skiers and snowboarders — once it snows.