Street Capture’s one-off furniture made from graffiti pays homage to Tel Aviv’s old-school craftsmen and young street culture.
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The Shuka Team gambles on bringing an ‘eggcellent’ Israeli street food to New York.
Welcome to the future — these exceptional teenagers are making their mark in high-tech, sports, the performing arts and other disciplines.
Married couple Jessica Apple and Michael Aviad each developed type 1 diabetes and started a prominent e-zine, ASweetLife, to provide fun and information.
By day a patent lawyer, Sandy Colb dedicates the rest of his time to growing crops for Israel’s most vulnerable citizens.
Mati Oren is one of 40 Special Olympics athletes preparing to represent Israel at the 2015 Summer Games in Los Angeles.
17-year-old Iddo Gino heads RapidPay, a year-old company providing a mobile payment platform for customers without a credit card.
Israel’s Artfully Walls app meshes technology with high art to help you design your walls like a pro.
Assaf Gavron’s novel about an unauthorized settlement in the Judean Hills, The Hilltop, has earned him a literary prize and worldwide critical acclaim.