Whether you want to learn how to play an instrument or discover the new songs your friends like, an Israeli app can do that.
Museum gift shops across the globe are ordering mind-bending lighting fixtures from Studio Cheha in Tel Aviv.
An LA filmmaker moved to Israel to document musicians in a Gaza border city. The new movie shows how their story became her story.
Hollywood’s kids sport made-in-Israel designer threads from two mompreneurs in Tel Aviv.
The pomegranate may date back to the Garden of Eden, but Israeli scientists have improved the super-fruit’s genetic makeup to make it even healthier.
Not everyone likes to eat their apple and honey at a table – some prefer to eat while skydiving, surfing, or climbing.
The holy city may be landlocked, but that doesn’t mean it has to be fun-blocked. A manmade beach opened this summer.
Hula-hooping is the hottest new dance and fitness craze to hit Tel Aviv’s public squares and beaches, and even missiles didn’t stop the action.
‘My vision is to create objects that are alive and stay part of nature and the never-ending cycle of life,’ says Adital Ela, a TED Fellow based in Tel Aviv.
Whether you prefer museums and galleries, crafts shows or painting the sights yourself, Israel offers a range of old and new art-related experiences.