Author: Jessica Steinberg

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Emma and Ofer Shahar are partners in life and work, with a love for lofts and renovating urban living spaces... [Read More]
Shalvi, 92, relates the life experiences that powered her evolution from Orthodox girl in Germany to Cambridge student to Conservative feminist icon in Jerusalem... [Read More]
Susie Lubell's ketubahs have sold mostly in North America, but with uptick in egalitarian wedding ceremonies, Israelis are considering them... [Read More]
The 79-year-old British funnyman presents 'Last Time to See Me Before I Die'... [Read More]
The Feast of Tabernacles brings a cornucopia of holiday events for those ready to venture out of their sukkah... [Read More]
The work space company offers look at its typical setup, this time housed in a temporary booth... [Read More]
Some 250 films and documentaries, both Israeli and international, to be screened at 10-day event beginning September 22... [Read More]
Israel's Resling Publishing under fire for publishing, 'Huriya,' a translated collection of Arab women authors, without their consent... [Read More]
Dance France is part of Tel Aviv Dance, four months featuring visiting troupes at the performance center... [Read More]
Alamork Marsha snags prestigious Audentia Prize for best female director for film exploring Jewish girl's last days in rural Ethiopia... [Read More]
We want it to be a scene, says organizer of the October event, which will feature 20 speakers from Israel and abroad at the Tel... [Read More]
Founding member Dewey Bunnell says he's looking forward to visiting for the first time... [Read More]
From the blog of Remy Ilona at The Times of Israel... [Read More]
Only 1 percent of regularly seen TV actors have roots in countries such as Egypt, Turkey and Israel, despite making up about 3% of the... [Read More]
President and first lady will honor passengers and crew on hijacked flight who fought back against terrorists; Pence to attend Pentagon ceremony... [Read More]
25-year-old resident of northern city discovers 'death to Arabs' scrawled on his front door, expresses doubt the perpetrators will be caught and punished... [Read More]
Backlash against large-scale immigration continues to shake political order in Europe as Swedish party with neo-Nazi roots finishes 3rd in national elections... [Read More]
'Once-in-a-lifetime discovery' of rare specimens in underground mine could rank among world's largest-ever gold finds... [Read More]
First catching on amid jubilation at Allenby's arrival in Jerusalem, it remains a favorite through a century of evolving versions... [Read More]
Film about gay German baker who moves to Israel takes home six Ophir Awards; high hopes for 'Flawless' fizzle... [Read More]
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