In Israel, ultra-Orthodox artists start to make their mark
To promote next year’s biennale, local artists have taken to the balconies of a Jerusalem apartment complex to capture the city’s landscape
Forget the little hut in the backyard. These grand sukkahs combine luxury and design with halachic detail.
When an Orthodox cardiologist operated on Ted Drewes, Jr., the former owner of a popular St. Louis-based frozen custard franchise, the two struck up an everlasting friendship
Restored homes commemorate a failed experiment from 150 years ago, when American Christians built a short-lived colony in Jaffa
A growing number of Israeli restaurants are obtaining alternative kosher certifications, many of which are administered by an organization called Hashgacha Pratit, or ‘private supervision’
Ultra-Orthodox communities in Israel battle breast cancer—without using those words
Veganism in Israel is taking hold among the Orthodox, who use textual sources to argue against all meat consumption
Arabesque, a project by Evan Fallenberg, aims to create a dynamic space for visitors, artists, and locals
Thousands of Jerusalem’s non-Jewish tourists pay to enjoy a special meal they can’t find in any restaurant: Friday night dinner in a Jewish home
When Ziporah Rothkopf left Korea, she changed her name, religion, and way of life. But she took her palate with her.