A review of the ceremonies, gadgets and trappings unique to our Israel Independence Day celebrations.
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.
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.
The pivotal month of April throughout the history of the Holocaust, in pictures and texts presented by Yad VaShem.
An exhibition by photographer Oded Balilty examines the plant long considered the symbol of the native-born Israeli.
A long-lost movie, now restored, documents Jewish life in Ottoman Palestine, including Passover at the Western Wall and a holiday gymnastics exhibition.
An exhibition of Israel’s finest flora accompanies Passover holiday vacationers en route to the duty-free at Ben-Gurion Airport.
An exhibit of ancient and antique pots and pans looks at Jewish cooking traditions and family life.
Jerusalem’s rejuvenated Emek HaTzvaim — a unique ecological habitat situated in the heart of urban space — reopens this week after years of controversy.
On Election Day, patients at the Hillel Yaffe Medical Center were able to exercise their right to vote – fitting testament to a visionary pioneering doctor after whom the hospital is named.