Our inaugural Journey to Israel trip presented the startup nation in a whole new light focused on innovation in every sector of society.
The annual Jerusalem March has grown with each successive year since it was established in 1955. This year, 60,000 marchers of all denominations, professions and abilities are expected to make the climb.
Jerusalem archaeologists say two large buildings discovered are ‘unequivocal evidence of a kingdom’s existence.’
How Israeli Wazers consider the Google Maps merger a personal success in changing the way people drive.
Yehudit Sasportas: Seven Winters presents an alternative universe of black-and-white forest and marsh landscapes that vacillate between conscious and subconscious.
Today’s travelers landing at Terminal 3 of Ben Gurion International Airport glide on endless walkways past tasteful mosaics and water features towards glamorous gift shops, entering planes on carpeted ramps. Yet, there was something to the old “Natbag”.
Culinary photographer Clay McLachlan’s most recent project brought him to Tel Aviv’s celebrated seafood restaurant, Mul Yam. The result — Seafoodpedia — was a winner in Paris at the “the Oscars of art cookbooks.”
A super-saturated look at Jerusalem by photographer Noam Chen who’s offering Facebook followers the chance to win a photo from his Holy Land of Israel portfolio.