A new way to start the day in Tel Aviv. Photo viaSave the Morning Facebook page.

Thanks to a growing trend of morning parties fueled by soft drinks and dancing, Tel Avivians are rising early to party harder than ever before.


ISA Scientific plans a Phase 2 trial to test the effects of a cannabinoid compound against diabetes as well as inflammatory and heart diseases.

A quiet moment at Eretz Arava in Zuqim. Photo by Gidi Boaz

Vanishing Valley, House of Aloe Vera, Peace Road, Yotvata Chocolate Trail and other treasures beckon from this long strip of desert filled with B&B lodges.

A flexible screen. www.shutterstock.com

A pliable transparent screen for TVs, tablets and other devices could be made from a novel DNA peptide nanostructure, say Israeli researchers.

A Personal Panorama of Israel

Photographer Moti Pinhassi uses low-tech methods to create beautiful panoramas of Israel while implementing high-tech media to get them into the public eye.

A Personal Panorama of Israel
Photo of the week: Celebrating Mimouna
Traces of the Sabra
Photo of the Week – Easter greetings
Red Flowers for Remembrance

The flower known as “Blood of the Maccabees” has become the symbol for Yom Hazikaron, the memorial day for Israel’s fallen soldiers and victims of terrorism.

Red Flowers for Remembrance
April in Holocaust history
Passover in Jerusalem – 1913
Memories from Grandma’s Kitchen
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