First Israeli Cycling Team To Compete In Tour De France Next Year
The team, called 'Israel Start-Up Nation,' will carry 30 riders from 16 nationalities including four from Israel.
December 11, 2019
Natan Sharansky Awarded Israel’s Genesis Prize 2020 For ‘Legendary’ Advocacy Work
The Genesis Prize Foundation honored Sharansky for his 'extraordinary lifelong struggle for political and religious freedoms.'
December 11, 2019
Sacha Baron Cohen Gets Golden Globe Nod For Role In Netflix Series On Israeli Spy Eli Cohen
The English actor has been nominated for a Golden Globe award for his role as Israeli Mossad agent Eli Cohen in "The Spy."
December 10, 2019
Tel Aviv University, Columbia Launch Dual Degree Program
Tel Aviv University (TAU) and Columbia University announced on Thursday the launch of a dual undergraduate degree program. The program’s inaugural class will begin in Fall 2020. Students who complete the joint four-year program will receive a Bachelor’s degree from each of the universities. For the first two years, students will study in Tel Aviv, […]
December 08, 2019
BBC’s Good Food Ranks Tel Aviv 7th In Top Destinations For Foodies In 2020
'With vegan dishes at the heart of Tel Aviv’s culinary tradition, it’s always been a great destination for lovers of plant-based food,' reads the entry.
December 05, 2019
Ashdod, Bat Yam, Acre Selected For Bloomberg’s Local Innovation Hubs
The Israeli Ministry of the Interior and the Peres Center for Peace and Innovation announced on Wednesday that the cities of Ashdod, Bat Yam, Acre, and the Western Negev Regional Council would be among the first selected to participate in the unique innovation program Hazira. Hazira (the area or the scene, in Hebrew) is a […]
December 04, 2019
Skilled Retirees May Come To Rescue Of A Startup Nation Starving For Tech Workers
Israeli firm Legacy sets up a database of retired professionals that could help address the national shortage of skilled engineers, its founder says.
December 01, 2019
Tel Aviv Shabbat Public Bus System Shuttles Over 10,000 Riders In 2nd Weekend
The municipality said full-sized buses were added to the fleet of shuttle vehicles this weekend due to very high demand.
December 01, 2019
8 Israeli Restaurants And Bars Among World’s Culinary ’50 Best Discovery’ List
Seven Tel Aviv restaurants and bars, and one Jerusalem restaurant have made the acclaimed '50 Best Discovery' database featuring new culinary destinations from around the world.
November 28, 2019
From Deep Feelings To State Of Extremes: 9 Exhibits In Israel To See This Winter
Israel has a vast array of impressive art on display this season, from a mix of AI and traditional mediums in Petach Tikva to a variety of Jerusalem-based exhibits on contemporary Jewish art.
November 21, 2019
TripAdvisor Names Acre’s Uri Buri Among Top 25 ‘Best Fine Dining’ Eateries In The World
The popular seafood restaurant in the Old City of Acre was selected as one of the best places to eat in the world as part of TripAdvisor's Travelers' Choice Awards.
November 20, 2019
Tel Aviv To Roll Out Free Public Transport System On Shabbat This Weekend
The municipality said it will begin operating an intercity network of 19-seater mini-buses along six routes starting this Friday.
November 18, 2019
Israel’s National Library Partners With Google To Put Some 120K Unique Books Online
Almost half of the books are in Hebrew and related Hebrew-letter languages such as Yiddish and Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), the NIL said.
November 10, 2019
The Wikipedia Of Graves: Israeli App CemoMemo Brings Cemeteries Into The Digital World
The project focuses on digitizing headstone details to turn cemetery visitations into unique historical explorations.
November 04, 2019
Tel Aviv To Operate Free Public Transport On Shabbat
The intercity network will consist of seven bus lines that will cover the Tel Aviv metropolitan area from sundown Fridays to sundown Saturdays.
October 31, 2019