A museum of his own

An American-Israeli collector sells off one of Israel’s largest collections of art, local photography, books, and El Al memorabilia.

Leading bloggers wowed by Israel’s art scene

‘My perception is that a stage is being set for a really exciting future,’ predicts Christopher Jobson of Colossal.

Tuning into the big storm

Weather news stole headlines for four days. Everyone wanted to hear about power outages and flooding, and to see Israel blanketed in white.

Condé Nast Traveller spotlights Tel Aviv

‘You’ll do equally well in Tel Aviv whether you’re a hedonist or more cerebral type.’

Vegas in the Negev?

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval says Israeli leaders show interest in a Las Vegas-style casino in Mitzpeh Ramon

Do try this at home: Meals With Kids

‘People write in to say their kids never tried cucumbers before, that they tried a design, and their kids eat them now,’ says creative founder.

Crowdsourcers go Gaga over Israeli reggae and golf

ISRAEL21c takes a look at the latest batch of offbeat projects from Israeli creators, waiting for enough funding to take off.

Farewell Arik Einstein

For decades Arik Einstein was the voice of Israel – his music created a soundtrack for the nation. After his sudden death yesterday, ISRAEL21c looks back at his life.

A day at the dump with eco-bloggers

ISRAEL21c checks out the progress on Ariel Sharon Park, being built atop of massive, now closed landfill site.

Hacks create apps for world problems

Dev4Dev Cleanweb Hackathon connects Israel’s leading entrepreneurial and technological community with the needs of the developing world.