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The Michael Levin Base: A welcoming home away from home for lone soldiers

Michael's dream was to form an organization that would be a community for lone soldiers.

By JOSEPH SCUTTS
22/07/2024

'How to Cure a Fanatic': An interview with dead author Amos Oz, based on his book

In this column, I conduct a virtual interview with the deceased Amos Oz, one of Israel’s greatest authors, quoting only words from his book.

By SHLOMO MAITAL
22/07/2024
 Ashdod

Israel’s landscape – a photographic journey in the summer

Embracing the unexpected can transform our photography from snapshots to captivating stories.

By JAY GARFINKEL
21/07/2024
  People are seen mourning IDF soldiers killed in the Israel-Hamas War.

14 Days: Fallen soldiers

Israeli news highlights for the past two weeks.

21/07/2024
 The 2024 graduation ceremony at Afeka Academic College of Engineering in Tel Aviv

From the battle to the classroom: Behind the scenes of Israel’s wartime academic year

Israel's universities and colleges lost students, faculties, and staff due to reserve duty for the Israel-Hamas War. This forced academic institutions to adapt on the fly.

21/07/2024
 Old Yankee Stadium showing its left field fence.

In the Olympic spirit: A look at the idioms that come from sports

I cannot even begin to fathom the ballpark figure of how many idioms originate from the sporting realm, but let’s get the ball rolling.

By RUTH BELOFF
21/07/2024
 Zeev Kun in his studio with Alek D. Epstein.

Awarding the first Castel Prize in memory of artist Zeev (Laszlo) Kun

Zeev Kun and his artwork will endure, enriching us for decades and centuries after his death.

By ALEK D. EPSTEIN
21/07/2024
 Jerusalem’s Ticho House

The unique and fascinating history of Jerusalem's Ticho House

Ticho House is celebrating 40 years as a contemporary art annex of the Israel Museum.

By GIL ZOHAR
21/07/2024
 Author Gila Fine.

‘The Madwoman in the Rabbi’s Attic': Gila Fine’s fine book on women in the Talmud

Gila Fine’s The Madwoman in the Rabbi’s Attic reexamines Talmudic women, challenging stereotypes and offering fresh, scholarly perspectives on their roles and stories.

By PAM PELED
21/07/2024
 Dorothy Eisdorfer and the young dancers in her ‘Hurricane’ project.

Dancing through the ‘Hurricane’ in the wake of October 7

'I deeply believe that dance is healing for the soul, something we certainly all need these days', Eisdorfer says.

By TOBY KLEIN GREENWALD
21/07/2024
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