A new law, possibly the first of its kind in the world, may require streaming video services to obtain a government permit
‘There is no reason for you to assume a pinch—not even an ounce—of guilt or shame’
Is Eyal Golan, a popular singer recently embroiled in a sex scandal, a villain or a victim?
‘Absent’ is a deeply personal and moving work
And now it’s up to us to show him the full extent of our disdain and disgust
A new production of the classic play feels painfully contemporary
What’s behind Netanyahu’s fresh legal troubles?
In Tel Aviv, she was Evita. On the Great White Way, she’ll soon be Roxie Hart.
Rod Serling’s outsider worldview continues to guide and inspire, across decades and media
The award-winning novelist reflects on war, peace, freedom, and loss
From surfing in Gaza to the New Wave in France, plenty of offerings help Israelis escape reality for a spell
Long before ‘Hamilton’ there was ‘King of the Jews,’ an Israeli production in which the Zionist visionary sings, dances, and even raps
Foreign leaders—and the entire state of Israel—mourned the loss of one of the great leaders of the 20th century
Jesse Eisenberg talks about Woody Allen, Obama’s tailor, Jewish humor, and his new collection of funny short stories
Anna Ziegler’s play features Nicole Kidman as Franklin, whose research was instrumental in the discovery of DNA’s double helix structure
Israeli mentalist Uri Geller’s mind-over-matter philosophy of life
Israel’s former president rules Westeros at Game of Thrones exhibit
Michael Twitty’s complex identity—and a deeper understanding of culinary history—comes through in his cooking
Jewish Home party’s cheeky new video kicks off Israeli election ad season
Nir Barkat leads foreign journalists on a telling tour of East Jerusalem