‘In LA, we hide our nuts like squirrels and don’t enjoy our day-to-day as much as Israelis do,’ observes musician and screenwriter Madelyn Deutch.
The Tel Aviv-based company has developed a new way to make more sense of the TV experience in the social-networking age.
How a 90-year-old Ethiopian nun stole the show at the city’s Sacred Music Festival.
Tel Aviv’s Uriel Yekutiel is the king – and queen – of after-hour parties throughout Europe, South America and Canada.
Tel Aviv’s Nachalat Binyamin neighborhood turns into a giant crafts fair every Tuesday and Friday, rain or shine.
ISRAEL21c’s intrepid correspondent heads to the Tel Aviv shore to find out what the heck Israelis love (or hate) about this paddle sand sport.
When you join ISRAEL21c’s Journey to Israel autumn tour it includes admission to exclusive meetings with a who’s who behind the cameras.
Cheer along as single-seater racing Ferraris, Mercedes-Benz and Audis – plus motorcycles – transform the city into a high-speed circuit.
Join revelers in Tel Aviv for an International social fun run and beer-drinking event. ‘It was the silliest run I ever did,’ says one enthusiast.
Take a spoonful of innovation, mix it with chutzpah, satire and dance and you’ve got Israel’s most creative new performance ensemble.