Israeli-born architect Kobi Karp has projects from Abu Dhabi to Grenada, and won a competition to draw plans for a new medical school in Safed.
Holon resident Lilach Chen invented the art of finger break-dancing. Viewers and corporations worldwide can’t get enough of it.
The museum is a homage to Bauhaus architect Munio Gitai Weinraub by his son, Israeli film director and architect Amos Gitai.
Jess Kanan and his brother own My Baby, a mega-store in the Israeli village of Yarka. Jewish and Arab parents drive for hours to find bargains.
‘I’m trying to get to places where there’s not a chance Israeli music will ever be played,’ says the singer-songwriter and peace activist.
After losing her son and brother to the disease, Miri Ziv became ‘the’ source for cancer news, breakthroughs and research in Israel.<
Olympic hopeful Lee Korzits nearly quit the sport she loves but came back with renewed vigor as seen in the 2011 World Sailing Championships.
As awards for Footnote pile up, the director-screenwriter reflects on why he remains in Israel among a new generation of talented filmmakers.
Yehuda Pilosof and his son Yisrael have a global reputation for outfitting amputees (and even an occasional donkey) with quality artificial limbs. Yehuda Pilosof preparing a Haitian amputee for an artificial leg. As a professional Israeli soccer player, Yisrael Pilosof …
An American-born woman is steering Tel Aviv toward its first surface and subway light rail system, the biggest infrastructure project in Israel’s history. Courtesy of TAMMTS Artist’s rendering of light rail on Jerusalem Street in Jaffa. Golda Meir would be …