Bulbing comes in five changeable varieties.

Museum gift shops across the globe are ordering mind-bending lighting fixtures from Studio Cheha in Tel Aviv.

The FutuRx team includes CTO Ronald Ellis and CEO Einat Zisman, front; and Sigal Arad, Limor Miara, Moshik Talbi and Eli Frydman.

FutuRx, a partnership between OrbiMed, J&J and Takeda Ventures, is one of three new government-backed, high-risk pharma incubators in Israel.

Filmmaker Laura Bialis included scenes from her Sderot wedding in Rock in the Red Zone

An LA filmmaker moved to Israel to document musicians in a Gaza border city. The new movie shows how their story became her story.

Patrons relax at the iconic café Tmol Shilshom.

Tmol Shilshom (Only Yesterday) in the historic Nahalat Shiva has been a favorite of patrons for two decades for the food, the literature and the romance.

A Higher Order of Festival

Jerusalem’s annual festival, timed for the High Holy Days, celebrates the centuries-old tradition of Jewish liturgy known as ‘piyut’, combining prayer with cross-cultural influences and high-volume sound.

A Higher Order of Festival
Photo of the Week – Unorthodox skateboarding
Apples and Honey for the New Year
New Calendar For the New Year
Shmita – Controversy and Community

Since 1888, Shmita, the agricultural sabbatical year, has ignited controversy. This year, efforts are being made to reset the “reset year” with a focus on the environment and spiritual well-being.

Shmita – Controversy and Community
New Year’s Nostalgia
Learning from Taxes
Israel’s Energy Past… and Future
Israel in Video