January 18, 2019

Deborah Danan

Amnon Damti was 10 years old when he saw a performance by Russia’s Bolshoi Ballet on television and knew he had found his calling. 
Ahava Emunah Lange was diagnosed with late-stage ovarian cancer in 2012. In the years since, she has tried a vast array of treatments
Bat-el Borenstein was 4 when older girls in her neighborhood started to make fun of her. They pointed at her and called her a midget.
Yet, when it came to hasbara — a Hebrew term for pro-Israeli advocacy — diplomacy was no match for Israel’s thriving high-tech ecosystem.
%%excerpt%% Don’t let Sruli and Mendy Portnoy, the eponymous duo behind Jerusalem-based band PORTNOY, fool you with their boy-band good looks and feel-good melodies.
Nimrod Back is the miracle-maker behind Limbo, a solid-metal spinning top with a gyroscope hidden inside that allows it to spin in perpetuity
Israeli band PORTNOY went viral Monday Nov. 26 after creating a song "Delete Airbnb" which slams Airbnb over Anti-Israel move.
Israel had many mom-and-pop businesses boasting incredible products but didn’t have access to global markets. And so Matana was born.
Yehuda Goldberg felt he missed out by not spending a year in Israel after high school. On the other hand, there wasn’t a program for him.
Adina Elbaz had just celebrated her 16th birthday when she was hit by a minibus on her way to school. Doctors weren’t sure she would survive. 
While tahini is ubiquitous in Middle East cuisine, it’s never the main component. “Tahini deserves a front-row seat,” Berrebi said.
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” As a child, Rifka Lebowitz said, “I always knew I wanted to help people with their money."
In the summer of 2014, Steve Wozniak ­­— the man who helped develop the personal computer — visited Israel for 24 hours.
It wasn’t exactly the pampering honeymoon I’d had in mind. With no electricity, no running water and no bathroom to speak of
What happens when you merge a 2,000-year-old fortress in the Old City of Jerusalem with some of the hottest minds of the 21st-century
Most Israelis spend their post-military stint backpacking, partying, traveling, meeting new people and basically living life with
A man with a dark complexion, sporting what is known locally as a “Herzl” beard — named in honor of the Zionist
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