October 17, 2018

Humans of Israel

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.
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
That the story of how Shalom Schwartz became a rabbi is well-oiled, doesn’t make it any less thrilling. It was the Toronto native’s...
It’s mid-May at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit and the Tel Aviv weather is as unpredictable as the conference lineup.
Even if you happen to live in a trailer, Shuki Shlomi will convince you that you need a Persian rug. Rugs of all shapes and sizes...
Eve Harow’s “insatiable curiosity,” mixed with her love of people and Israel, seems to be the perfect recipe for her chosen career...
Erez Kaganovitz has the sort of face that immediately puts you at ease. His smile is arresting. It reaches his dusty green eyes,
Adam Bellos’ stated mission is as grandiose as his personality. “I’m here to reignite the Zionist movement,” he says, without an...
Sitting with Dana Bar-On at a cannabis conference is akin to chatting with an A-list celebrity at an Academy Awards after-party.
This is the story of a man born in Kuwait to a Palestinian-Muslim family and who today lives as an observant Jew in Jerusalem.
A nun, a Charedi housewife and a U.N. official walk into a pole-dancing studio. … No, that’s not the beginning of a joke with a...
Boris Sankov holds court behind a heavily armed steel door, tucked away in a corner of the L.A. Mayer Museum of Islamic Arts in Jerusalem,
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