New Israeli tech toy takes kids away from screens and into books recorded by parents, grandparents or even themselves.
Jerusalem’s International Oud Festival marks its 14th year with songs and melodies from a cross-section of traditions.
Renen Schorr explains how Jerusalem’s Sam Spiegel Film and Television School saved Israel’s film industry and propelled it to international acclaim.
Lebanese hipsters are wearing Israeli fashion, thanks to a new cross-border ecommerce site based in Tel Aviv.
Tel Aviv has a marathon too, but the NightRun gives a whole different vibe to the scene as thousands of runners hit the streets.
ISRAEL21c brings you eight awesome ideas for celebrating the Festival of Lights in Israel, where it all happened back in the year 165.
Best known for his iconic images of American pro athletes, the kibbutz-born artist
and his wife run a successful fine-arts studio and school in Chicago.
Tel Aviv’s first ever Doggie Run gets pet owners and their dogs out into the sunshine for a good workout and lots of fun.
Prof. Malka Schaps may be the first ultra-Orthodox woman to climb this high on the professional academic ladder.
In a country that no longer makes its own cars, about 700 members of the Five Club take great pride in their golden-oldie vehicles.