Jerusalem bakery Berman has a century-old tradition of innovation, from founding the first flour mill outside the Old City walls to its newly launched packaging — and a clever viral video.
Food photographer Yula Zubritsky explores the ins and outs of matza in a holiday-themed photo series.
The development of public play areas is explored in a new exhibition at Design Museum Holon but the threat is real for Jerusalem residents who fear for the future of the iconic Monster sculpture.
The link between photography and memory is the theme of this year’s annual festival, dedicated to exploring the role of contemporary photography and art in society, culture and community.
Photographer Assi Haim discusses his race against time to document Israel’s old-time businesses and the people who run them.
Rare plants from the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens — the largest plant collection in Israel.
For 40 years, the Children of Israel wandered the desert and for 40 years, there have been Dry Bones Passover cartoons, now packaged in an engaging new Haggadah in time for the holiday.
The 4th annual Tel Aviv Photo 2014 exhibition presents works by Israeli photographers from all fields: commercial, art, fashion, journalism, documentary and more.
The origins of Tel Aviv as Purim party central begin almost a century ago with Hevre Trask, a group of anarchic merrymakers whose hijinks faced stiff competition – and even a lawsuit – from legendary man-about-town Baruch Agadati.
In time for the Purim holiday, the Partzufim art show presents works that explore the human face as mask.