August 22, 2019

Humans of Israel

“When you grow up in America, the DMV and all the red tape involved is the absolute worst. Then you make aliyah and you realize that [Israel’s
Shai Gul walked into the oversized shed masquerading as a wedding hall and was shocked at the level of abject poverty he encountered.
Throughout his career as a photographer, David Katz has snapped portraits of political and entertainment industry titans.
On the road to the hard-knock Israeli town of Ramla, between the small town of Kfar Chabad and the smaller moshav of Beit Dagan, there’s a bar
Yamit Behar Wood describes the influence that her Aunt Dora had her, who recently passed away, in her life and on her cooking.
Kibbutz Lotem in Israel’s western Galilee is green, lush and tranquil, owned by Yonatan Koren, a winemaker-philosopher who calls this place home.
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