Israeli Musical Trio A-WA Rocks NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert
Three Israeli sisters with a Yemenite background mix traditional folk songs with electro and hip hop beats to create music for a new generation.
September 05, 2019
Bloomberg Foundation, Peres Center, Interior Ministry To Launch Innovation Hubs In 12 New Cities Across Israel
The program will set up municipal innovation teams in 12 new Israeli cities over the course of five years.
September 04, 2019
Mobile App Connects Eateries With Too Much Food To Hungry Customers Looking For A Deal
Israeli startup SpareEat is on a mission to combat food waste by connecting eateries with surplus foodstuffs to residents ready to pay discounted rates for meals that would otherwise be tossed out.
August 29, 2019
Vegan Nation: Israeli Startup Builds 1st Global Ecosystem For Plant-Based Living, Powered By Own Digital Currency
With a new $10 million investment, the Israel-based company is readying to launch its innovative platform and the VeganCoin.
August 26, 2019
Laptops And Drones Instead Of Shovels And Hoes; Remote Workers To Lead Kibbutz Revival
Israeli startup Gather is a new entrepreneurial project that wants to attract international digital nomads to Israel’s kibbutz communities.
August 22, 2019
6 Israeli Eateries Nab World Luxury Restaurant Awards
Six Israeli restaurants, including five in Tel Aviv and one in Herzliya, won awards at the 4th annual World Luxury Restaurant Awards, which honor the most prestigious restaurants in the luxury industry.
August 14, 2019
Former Candy Factory To Launch ‘Co-Cooking’ Space For Small Chefs To Venture Out Of Home Kitchens
Licensed and fully kitted out, co-cooking space MakeEat wants to make artisanal food producers’ dreams come true.
August 05, 2019
Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Luxury Hotel Among Travel+Leisure’s 2019 World’s Best Awards
Travel magazine selects Jerusalem and Tel Aviv among top 10 destinations to visit in Africa and the Middle East as well as luxury hotels Inbal and Beresheet.
July 21, 2019
Photo Essay: Tel Aviv Hosts Over 250,000 Revelers For Mideast’s Largest Pride Parade
The annual Pride Parade is widely recognized as one of the world’s leading LGBTQ events, attracting thousands of visitors from around the globe.
June 15, 2019
CityTree, Tel Aviv’s Only Eco-Home, Is A Symbol Of Green, Communal Living
The apartment, in the heart of the city on Bialik Square, functions as a budding business, ecology school, almost-hostel, and a community center for environmental activists.
May 30, 2019
Israeli Tech Entrepreneurs Host 2nd Hackathon To Support Holocaust Survivors
TLV Starters will host its second hackathon aimed at promoting Holocaust education and aiding Holocaust survivors.
May 23, 2019
Tel Aviv Kicks Up Its ‘Party All-Day All-Night’ Vibe For Eurovision
The city is basking in the sunlight during the day and glowing in neon lights at night as dozens of Eurovision-related events keep its residents and visitors busy.
May 16, 2019
Eurovision 2019 In Tel Aviv: What To Do, Where To Go, How To Get There
The much-awaited Eurovision festivities begin today and will last until the finale on Saturday night.
May 12, 2019
National Library, Facebook Launch Joint Project To Identify IDF Soldiers In Rare, Historic Images
The Library posted unique albums to its Facebook page showing IDF soldiers throughout Israel's various wars, and inviting the public to identify friends and loved ones.
May 07, 2019
Israeli Restaurant Zahav Wins Top Award At US Culinary ‘Oscars’
The eatery, by Israeli-born chef Michael Solomonov and Steve cook, won "Outstanding Restaurant" at the James Beard awards.
May 07, 2019