There many aspects to Israel’s new President Reuven “Rubi” Rivlin that make him the Israeli everyman, including his 1950s upbringing in the once small town known as Jerusalem.
Graduates of a unique program in photographic art therapy at the Naggar School of Photography in Musrara, Jerusalem explore intimate, sometimes difficult topics.
From biblical balms to 21st century medical research, the evolution of medicine in Jerusalem is the topic of a fascinating exhibit at the Tower of David Museum.
The style known as Brutalism that built modern-day Beer Sheva is examined in two new exhibitions and a new architectural guide.
HAGA, Israel’s civil defense and grandaddy of the Home Front Command, had its roots in modern warfare — particularly aerial bombardment.
All week, Israelis have been sharing images of air raids and missile interceptions but there are other stories to be shared as well.
Acre’s Treasures in the Walls museum presents life in the Galilee during the 19th and early 20th centuries through crafts, art – even children’s books.
Photographer Esty Meidan captures the mystery of an off-limits north Tel Aviv landmark, the Reading electric power station.
The Jerusalem War Cemetery is the final resting place for 2,515 British Commonwealth soldiers of the First World War.
A unique event, Omanuta’asia, brought together industrialists, engineers and artists to discuss the complex relationship between creation, product and humanity in modern-day Israel.