A chance meeting in Jerusalem turns up a trove of holiday riches: an eclectic collection of Hanukkah menorahs.
The prestigious local exhibition features the best documentary and press photos from Israel and the Palestinian Authority.
The Bank of Israel opens its doors to the public with an exhibit of modern-day coins and the ancient ones on which their designs are based, including Hasmonean dynasty rarities.
Photographer Shlomit Carmeli captures the 20th century spirit of Sheinkin Street’s veteran Cafe Tamar as it soldiers on in the 21st.
An increasingly affluent Israeli population has generated more and more rubbish, leading to changes in everything from our average trash can size to how we dispose of our recyclables.
Israel’s most serious environmental disaster, a burst oil pipeline in the Arava region, comes on the eve of its leading conference on Green Energy.
The UN General Assembly partition plan was received joyfully by the Jewish community and celebrated by the daily newspapers in pre-State Israel, despite the threat of war with the Arab states.
Meet the winners of this year’s Wiki Loves Monuments Israel photo contest, part of the international Wiki Loves Monuments competition.
Models strutted the runway in inmate-designed couture at Neve Tirza women’s prison last week, bringing high fashion to the Big House.
During the War of Independence, conductor-composer Leonard Bernstein underwent a trial by fire that forged a bond with Israel and helped shape the country’s classical music scene. “I see my future as very close to the future of Israel.”