Once a common form of decoration in the ancient Mediterranean, mosaic is now flourishing again in Israel with a whole new take on a traditional art form.
An award-winning Israeli student film made with a budget of just $800 has been chosen to appear at the Sundance Film Festival.
The Israel Children’s Museum in Holon encourages parents and children alike to explore, touch, feel, climb and discover.
The two-day 2011 Veolia Desert Challenge drew athletes and families from six countries and across Israel for biking and running events.
The Mount Hermon ski resort spawned Israelis’ love of winter sports. Its slopes quickly fill with skiers and snowboarders — once it snows.
The Ottoman-built Tzemach Station on the Sea of Galilee is being renovated to become a tourist and academic center.
Israeli creators are behind the groundbreaking Indian reality TV series The Chat House, which blurs real and virtual boundaries.
Every Hannukah, Israelis stop counting calories long enough to buy about 24 million mouth-watering, sweet and gooey, deep-fried sufganiyot.
Meet the first-ever Israeli winners of the ‘Oscar’ in comic-book retailing.
Next stop for the people of the book? A freewheeling public library to peruse as they wait for a bus. No fines, no rules, no shushing. Daniel Shoshan installing bookshelves at a Haifa bus stop. Imagine a library where there …