Ethiopian immigrants make Yvel’s Megemeria collection sold around the world, and at the same time create a trade for themselves.
‘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.
Nine wineries make modern use of the ancient Nabatean grape-growing terraces in Israel’s Negev Desert, a perfect climate for the craft.
How a 90-year-old Ethiopian nun stole the show at the city’s Sacred Music Festival.
Israeli app-makers help you find your music soul mates, turn your party guests into photographers, and earn Facebook followers for your business amongst other things.
Encouraging new talent to live and work in the city provides a compelling reason for young singles and families to remain in Jerusalem.
Budding Israeli fashion designers create heritage gowns in a new exhibit which opens in Israel and travels the world.
You thought the citrus fruit was only for religious purposes? A popular Yemenite medicine man touts its health benefits in drinks and cosmetics.
Two Israelis have invented what they believe is the world’s first handlebar-mounted swiveling, lightweight, and easy to operate, mister.