The history of civilization is writ in taxation and there’s no better proof than Jerusalem’s Museum of Taxes, whose collection of tax-related artifacts ranges from the ancient world to modern Israel.
Photographer Noam Chen’s new calendar features 12 powerful landscapes of Israel at its finest.
As Israel makes the transition to a consumer and exporter of natural gas, a look at Oil Refineries whose history parallels that of the modern-day State.
Visitors to the 3rd annual Jerusalem Sacred Music Festival take part in local and global sacred musical traditions, learn about rare musical instruments, ancient crafts and traditional musical skills.
Books covered in brown paper, compass sets and tracing paper are just some of items once found in the average Israeli child’s leather book-bag.
A special multimedia event at the Ramat Gan Safari turned the zoo into a sound and light experience for the whole family.
The first Israeli Nostalgia Festival at Jerusalem’s newly refurbished First Train Station presented all aspects of everyday life as it once was.
A new exhibition of urban photography explores the conflicts that are part and parcel of Israeli society.
“Cultural terror tunnel”? Authors “rolling in their graves”? There’s a brouhaha over a new supermarket product line featuring beloved characters from Israeli children’s books
No ordinary ceramics exhibition, The Banquet explores plates and platters as platforms for the celebration of food and the art of eating.