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Illusionist Boggles Crowd in Israel by Floating for Five Hours in the Air

The eyes of thousands in Tel Aviv were enthralled by a man who floated several meters above the ground with his arm lightly touching a wall…

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich was pictured in Tel Aviv on Wednesday

Interesting. Avram Grant & Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich met yesterday for lunch in Tel Aviv. Chelsea reunion? pic.twitter.com/IH117xfMNd — Raphael Gellar (@Raphael_Gellar) March 26, 2015 Chelsea’s billionaire owner Roman Abramovich has been visiting the Holy Land this week. Show More Summary

The Refreshing Bare Beauty of Tel Aviv

For the Cut's Global Beauty week, we sent photographers around the world to find out what makes the women of one city look distinctive from those of another. For the past year, "no-makeup makeup" has been a big trend in the beauty world, with editorials and runways all describing it as... More »

Netanyahu picks Kulanu party head as Israel's finance minister

TEL AVIV (Reuters) - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has chosen the head of centrist Kulanu party as Israel's next finance minister, confirming an informal offer made two days before the country's national election.

Israeli Magician Wows Spectators By Floating In Air [Video]

A huge crowd gathered around an unbelievable spectacle at Dizengoff Center, Tel Aviv’s main shopping center, on Sunday. Spectators watched with a sense of wonder as Israeli magician Hezi Dean seemed to be floating on air with only one hand touching the outside wall of the mall. Show More Summary

Congress’s Spies in Tel Aviv

(John Hinderaker) The Wall Street Journal reports: “Israel Spied on Iran Nuclear Talks With U.S.” Sounds like a blockbuster, but this is one of those less-there-than-meets-the-eye stories. It begins: Soon after the U.S. and other major...Show More Summary

Backchannel: computers can talk to each other with heat

3 days agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

A paper by Ben Gurion University researchers to be presented at a Tel Aviv security conference demonstrates "Bitwhisper," a covert communications channel that allows computers to exchange data by varying their temperature, which can be detected by target machines within 40cm. Read the rest

Garden City Movement – “When We Had It Easy” (Stereogum Premiere)

Tel Aviv electronic trio Garden City Movement like to namecheck urban views in their music. Last year’s “Terracotta” and “Pont Des Arts” referenced a design style and a Parisian bridge, respectively, while last month’s “Recollections” was a bit more abstract. Their latest single, “When We Had It Easy,” included on the new Modern West EP […]

Stitching back together a deeply divided Israel is Netanyahu biggest challenge

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s re-election last week has prompted alarmed chatter in the cafes of Tel Aviv and on talk shows about the risk of Israel losing the support of its closest allies and being left isolated in the world. It is clear Netanyahu still has fences to mend with President Barack Obama, despite rowing […]

Netanyahu's election rhetoric in Israel may help rein in settler movement

Set in rocky hills just half an hour's drive east of the skyscrapers of Tel Aviv, this Jewish settlement has the air of a placid suburb. Mothers with baby carriages chat outside the dry cleaner. A delivery truck pulls up to the supermarket's loading dock. The neat recycling bins are nearly...

Chutzpah Lessons From The Israeli Startup Scene

It’s no wonder that with over 4,000 startups in the Greater Tel Aviv area, Israel is ranked 1st in the world for innovative capacity in 2014 by the IMD Global Competitiveness Yearbook. Read More

For Liberal Israelis, Netanyahu's Win Is A Reality Check

5 days agoNews : Huffington Post

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israeli liberals woke up after national elections with a demoralizing feeling: Most of the country, in a deep and possibly irreversible way, does not think like they do. There had been a sense of urgency among...Show More Summary

“Is This Ship Sinking?” Inside the Collapse of the Campaign Against Netanyahu

6 days agoNews : News Desk

Last Sunday, Tzipi Livni passed through the noisy hall of her Tel Aviv campaign headquarters. It was two days before Israel’s election, and Livni—who, a few months earlier, had been the chief negotiator with the Palestinians and theShow More Summary

Israel's Victory of Fear

TEL AVIV -- Binyamin Netanyahu is probably the most deficient prime minister in Israel's history. His blunders and vices have been laid bare in great abundance during his nine years in power. When he embarked on his most recent campaign...Show More Summary

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's Victory In Israel Elections Leaves Damage In Its Wake

TEL AVIV, Israel (AP) — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's strong showing in national elections this week has come with a price: He has managed to antagonize friends and foes alike with hard-line rhetoric on the campaign trail. While...Show More Summary

Netanyahu Has Been Rewarded for Blatantly Disrespecting the U.S. and the United Nations

TEL AVIV— It was 10 p.m. and the rave beats were pumping at the Drive In Arena in north Tel Aviv. Recently built as the new home of the Hapoel Tel Aviv basketball club, on Tuesday it was the election night base camp of the center-left Zionist Union, led by Labor Party leader Isaac Herzog and

Despite a Remarkable Turnaround, Netanyahu's Fate Remains Uncertain

The music kept blaring and their supporters tried to find a positive spin, but it was hard to mask the sense of disappointment at the Zionist Camp’s election-night party in Tel Aviv. The prevailing mood for days had been one of optimism: the party, a center-left coalition led by Labor... More »

Election in Israel: Exit polls show neck-and-neck race

Msnbc’s Andrea Mitchell is in Tel Aviv with the latest on the Israeli elections. Daniel Levy of the European Council on Foreign Relations, Josh Marshall of...

MSNBC Denounces Netanayhu as a 'Panicking' 'Racist'

Reporting live from Tel Aviv and campaigning hard against the re-election of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanayahu on her MSNBC show on Tuesday, host Andrea Mitchell invited on one guest after another to denounce the Likud party leader.

Lola Marsh - Sirens

Sounds like: Marika Hackman, Daughter, Emma Louise Song: Lola Marsh - Sirens What's so good? Based out of Tel Aviv, folk outfit won me over instantly with their single "Sirens." Their beautiful Western influence could easily have fooled me into believing they were based somewhere in Texas. Show More Summary

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