Photo of the week – Israel grieves

Israelis light candles in memory of the three kidnapped boys, Gilad, Naftali and Eyal.

Israeli Art + Industry = Alive + Well

A unique event, Omanuta’asia, brought together industrialists, engineers and artists to discuss the complex relationship between creation, product and humanity in modern-day Israel.

Photo of the Week – Chilling on Rothschild

Tel Aviv residents take a few moments out to read a book at one of the city’s new street libraries.

Champions of the Flyway

The spring migratory season brought with it a new kind of flock: birders from around the world coming to identify and log as many species as possible in an intense 24-hour contest.

Photo of the Week – rainbow on the beach

100,000 people celebrate Gay Pride in Tel Aviv.

Under the Microscope

The LABSCAPES exhibition at Technion – Israel Institute of Technology presents stunning and unusual images by researchers working in the exact sciences, life sciences, engineering and medicine.

Photo of the Week – Burning man

Israel celebrates its first ever Burning Man festival in the Negev.

Tel Aviv Wedding

Photographer Roy Katalan captures the moments, locations and eccentricities that make a wedding in “the non-stop city” unique.

Photo of the Week – Tilt shift Tel Aviv

ISRAEL21c reader Devo Kessin gives Tel Aviv an unusual makeover.

Forever a Jerusalemite

Photographer Orna Naor finds small, personal vignettes that make up the larger story of Jerusalem.