There is no pain and no suffering in an exhibition that presents an Africa without wars and violence, ignoring history along with the present day
A new exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art is devoted to constructive responses to the world's natural disasters
There is striking disparity between the impressive display of resistance documented in Activestills' new book and the lack of action by the Israeli and Palestinian left
A collection of restaurant napkins from different periods in Israel’s history affords a view of the start of consumer culture in a more innocent time
Assaf Gavron tells Haaretz about the inspiration for his new book, and his decision to take part in an anti-Occupation book project
When urban infrastructure serves multiple purposes, everyone wins
Former black sheep Zak Stern says that if it wasn't for his religious wife, he would never have opened a kosher bakery: 'I had no idea what I was getting into'
Oral histories are usually considered fabulous. Now ancient skeletons and a genetic study proves that the Tlingit and Haida tribes' oral history of being there from the beginning is based on fact
The movie has been shown at 60 festivals in 36 countries and won 24 prizes, says Tel Aviv University’s Steve Tisch School of Film and Television.
In Simone Zelitch’s imaginary Judenstaat, the flag resembles Auschwitz uniforms, German beats Yiddish, and the Soviets – unsurprisingly – are the bad guys.
Another 17 countries in Europe are at risk of widespread infection due to the presence of the mosquito responsible for the virus' transfer.
While stricter enforcement is helping to keep access to the lake open and free, local tourism providers warn that the lack of income will affect the maintenance of local sites
The new TV series about the world's most famous physicist explores his stormy relationships with women, his complex ties with his family and his battles as a Jew in Nazi Germany
Sarit Hadad’s new album has a pretty silly title, but she does know how to belt out a tune.
As Poem of the Week bids farewell, Solomon Ibn Gabirol paints an alluring winter landscape.
The Ikea version of a play: ready for self-assembly from pre-existing parts.