October 19, 2019

Two Nice Jewish Boys

If you have kids, you probably know that television is dead, or at least, dying. Nowadays young adults and kids alike spend the vast majority of their...
The Middle East isn’t the friendliest neighborhood to grow up in,  especially for Israel. With the cold peace it shares with both Egypt and Jordan...
Everyone loves a good adventure. Whether you're into climbing the highest mountains, bunjee jumping from the highest bridges, or in my case -
We have a new podcast about aliyah and what it's like to become an Israeli, called The Melting Podcast. Here's the first episode!
Over the last decade, in Israel, Binary Options has become a term that carries with it a heavy stigma of fraud and theft and is...
For thousands of years astronomers have been looking up to the sky, trying to understand what the hell's going on up there.
Jews have been longing for Jerusalem for two thousand years. But in the 19th century only a few were courageous enough, some might say crazy enough,
Since 2014 the world has been commemorating 100 years for the Great War, World War I. 16.5 Million people lost their lives in that war, and its...
A few months ago Tel Aviv celebrated Pride month with a glorious parade. This annual event has already become a tradition and attracts hundreds of...
It can be safely said that Benjamin Netanyahu is one of the most controversial figures in Israeli politics. He’s seen by many as the savior of the...
Merav Ben Ari became a Kenesset member in 2015, as part of the Kulanu party. Before that she served at the Tel Aviv city council.
Anyone who’s visited Tel Aviv has walked down the famous, sometimes infamous, Allenby Street. It’s hard to miss this road that crosses Rothschild Blvd.
Today we talk with Miri Ben Ari one of the most famous and influential Israelis to hit the contemporary international music scene.
Before becoming a Knneset Member in 2015, Rachel Azaria got her BA in Psychology and Humanities and a Master’s in conflict resolution and peace studies.
One Jewish girl from new York, Sarah Rosen, decided to change that, as to prove to the world the one and only absolute truth, that Jewish is sexy as hell.
Keren Elazari was a geeky kid in the 90s when she discovered, at a very young age, that her peculiar hobby actually has a name: hacking.
Ayn Rand. As you read that name, half of you are thinking about Fountainhead or Atlas Shrugged and how much it changed your life.
Today we’re talking to Anya Bukstein and we’ll try to steer clear of any Game of Thrones spoilers.
Last week we uploaded an episode with the inspiring and diligent Ophelie Namiech in which she told us about her work with IsraAID.
To try and answer this question, Two Nice Jewish Boys called upon the master of Israeli food, Gil Hovav.
For most Israelis, innovation means high-tech, angel investors, an exit and boatloads of cash. Truth is, though, Innovation can come in many forms.
Gili Dolev wasn’t especially studious growing up in Binyamina. However, one of his teachers saw his potential and helped him.
Two Nice Jewish Boys had the honor to sit down with MK Michael Oren for a special talk commemorating the war and the great victory.
Dr. Shmulik Hess was only a 13-year-old Haredi Jew when he stumbled upon the piece of literature that would change his life.
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