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More celebrities on social media condemn the attacks

Actors tried to explain what it was like to wake up to sirens.

A mix of Moroccan grandmother's soul, Japanese styles, the restaurant is truly a 'Mess' - review

A fusion of a Moroccan grandmother’s soul and an unadulterated love for Japanese form, flair, and aesthetics, the restaurant is indeed, a mess.


'Love Life': A story of loss and love - review

Love Life isn’t an easy film to watch, because much of it is simply so deeply sad, but it is moving and doesn’t go for neat resolutions.

The IDF women's 'hevra kadisha', an act of true loving kindness

Soldiers in the IDF, male or female, who lose their life while enlisted are taken care of by the army’s hevra kadisha and have the right to be buried in an army cemetery.


Brazilian-Israeli singer Elisete: Happiness is a choice

She says it is her mission to bring joy and make people happy. And to enjoy what she is doing.


Iranian director speaks on Iranian torturers behind Haifa Cinematheque

"How can we touch his conscience and make him see that he is a monster?” He hopes that My Worst Enemy is a first step to doing just that. 

It's the Same Same in this authentic Asian restaurant in Ra'anana - review

The price for main dishes ranges between NIS 45 and NIS 55 so it’s an inexpensive but very enjoyable night out.

Codex Sassoon, oldest complete copy of the Bible, returns to Israel

The ANU Museum will be permanently displaying the codex in Tel Aviv starting on October 11, 2023. 

Bruno Mars gives a ‘24K Magic’ performance in Tel Aviv - review

The concert lived up to the hype, our reviewer writes, giving Israelis an evening to remember.

Iconic film ‘Late Summer Blues’ becomes a stage musical - review

Beit Lessin Theater presents this new musical exactly 50 years since the 1973 Yom Kippur War, about a group in the weeks before their induction into the IDF in 1970.

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