The unlikely story and struggles of 126 Ben Yehuda, a synagogue founded by Zionist pioneers and revived by young Jewish immigrants, in the heart of Israel’s most secular city
Michal Baror, Tamar Nissim, and Maya Zack go digging in archives
Israeli police officer lets Tel Aviv shooter into his home, offers him water before realizing his true identity
The terror attack occurred in Tel Aviv’s Sarona Market. Police identified the assailants, who are now in police custody, as 21-year-old cousins from the West Bank.
A 90-year-old Catholic is the author of numerous textbooks and dictionaries on the colloquial dialect of the Palestinians
It’s Unorthodox! Featuring Sex With Shakespeare author Jillian Keenan and writer and comic-book enthusiast Jeff Yang, whose son stars on ABC’s Fresh Off the Boat
The world’s largest bus station, and a bus driver who wanted to be God, on today’s Israel Story
An American graduate student and former U.S. Army officer was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist in Tel Aviv
Why do Israelis—who mock Tel Aviv’s Burger King—eat prefab burgers in a town so rich in edible treasures?
Three new restaurants bring a taste of the Caucasus region to Israel’s most cosmopolitan metropolis
A Palestinian man stabbed two to death outside a synagogue in Tel Aviv. Hours later, a Palestinian man opened fire with a submachine gun in the West Bank, killing three, including an American.
‘The Telegraph’ knows what’s up in Tel Aviv
A photo essay of the 20th anniversary memorial ceremony in Tel Aviv
The legendary comedian will bring the laughs (and maybe some soup) to Tel Aviv for at least two shows in December
Contrary to the message of an unusual PR campaign for the new film ‘Atomic Falafel.’
How a trip to a smoothie stand with the kids turned into a frank—albeit brief—discussion about ‘sexy dancing’
What my preschooler’s taste in Mizrahi pop says about where the country is at
The 75th Anniversary of the Palmach, the elite forces of the Haganah
A photographer documents the Tel Aviv beach and club scene and likens its characters to those on the Jersey Shore
Pro-Palestinian activists and left-leaning French politicians have objected to the city’s decision to feature Israel on the banks of the river Seine
Dispatch from the last day at Tel Aviv’s iconic Café Tamar, after 74 years of service
A night at the Imperial Craft, Tel Aviv’s coolest bar
All this time, I thought I was the sophisticated one who left behind a dusty, provincial town. I had it all backwards.
Dead at 92
A recent study ranks hotel bars in the beachy Israeli city as the third most expensive in the world
Facing pro-Palestinian criticism, the mayor of the Dutch capital reportedly nixed town twinning before metropolises could even walk down the aisle
Monday’s demonstrations in the city center grew heated as police reportedly arrested 19 protestors
The colorful, celebratory scene from the 17th annual event
Israeli mentalist Uri Geller’s mind-over-matter philosophy of life
Regulars of bohemian haven were left-wingers, artists, and bons vivants