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Trick Yourself Into Thinking Cocktails Are Healthy This Weekend

Chef Gabriel Israel, a Tel Aviv native, is bringing Israeli street food to Social Drink & Food in Hell's Kitchen. As always, brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the 4th-floor terrace of Yotel. The brunch menu, which is divided...Show More Summary

Tel Aviv Museum of Art opens permanent display of the Simon and Maire Jaglom Collection

yesterdayArts : Artdaily

The Simon and Maire Jaglom Collection, which is on permanent display in the gallery named for the collectors, centers on Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art. These two movements, which are viewed as heralding the advent of modernism, developed in France in the second half of the 19th century and the early 20th century. Show More Summary

BDS Pressure Sees Spanish City Lose Tel Aviv Flights

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A Spanish city that symbolically backed a motion to boycott the state of Israel lost out on a direct flight route to Tel Aviv because of its position, local media reported on Thursday. The Spanish region of Galicia, in the country’sShow More Summary

Realistic Expectations for Phoenix Suns Rookie Dragan Bender in 2016-17

The Phoenix Suns passed on a number of productive college players to grab Maccabi Tel Aviv's Dragan Bender at No. 4 in the NBA draft. Bender's long-term upside makes the pick a home run for a team that's in no position to compete out West any time soon. Show More Summary

Bellator's International Expansion Continues With Events Booked In Hungary, Israel, Argentina, Italy

Coming off its biggest international event to date, Bellator President Scott Coker has confirmed to Forbes that it has booked shows in Budapest, Buenos Aires, Tel Aviv, and Florence to finish out 2016, underscoring the emphasis the combat sports promotion has placed on international expansion. The Hungary fight card is the [...]

Skycure lands $16.5M Series B round for mobile cybersecurity platform

Sitting in a Tel Aviv office, my interviewee borrowed my iPhone for a simple demo. Inside two minutes, he was displaying my key strokes and web browsing onto a big screen in the meeting room, entirely remotely. I’d heard Israel was a...Show More Summary

Sarona: elegant German colony in the centre of Tel Aviv: guest post

The Temple Society was a Protestant sect that originated in the Luth­eran Church in southern Germany in 1858. Two of their leaders, Kristoph Hoff­mann & Georg Hardegg, encouraged their communities to live in the Holy Land since that would hasten the second coming of Christ. Show More Summary

Apple's new 'Shot on iPhone' spots are all about the animals

Apple has released two short new videos as part of its Shot on iPhone campaign. The videos were each shot by iPhone customers, with Linda H. in Ontario, Canada and Tim W. in Tel Aviv, Israel. The Shot On iPhone campaign highlights great...Show More Summary

New Poems by Dareen Tatour at Nomadics

Poet and translator Pierre Joris posted two new poems by Palestinian poet Dareen Tatour, translated by Jonathan Wright, on his blog Nomadics. Tatour, who has been confined to an apartment outside Tel Aviv since October because of a poem she posted to social media that allegedly incited violence, appears in court for the first time […]

Can Israeli-type security measures work at LAX and other U.S. airports?

In the wake of two grisly attacks on European airports, one name has been on the lips of U.S. lawmakers and airport executives: Ben Gurion International Airport.  The airport near Tel Aviv, named for Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, has a reputation as one of the world’s most secure...

Journalist Tells Sputnik About Security Flaws at 'World's Safest Airport'

Allegations that Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion air hub remains one of the world's safest airports hold no water, Israeli journalist David Suleiman told Sputnik.

Tel Aviv Diary: Bibi’s Best Day May Be His Worst

Sunday night was an odd night in Tel Aviv. Every bar was packed with patrons watching the Euro soccer final between Portugal and France (Portugal was victorious, in sudden-death overtime). However, much of the conversation focused on...Show More Summary

D.C. United’s Steve Birnbaum is not for sale — not now, anyway

Defender Steve Birnbaum is not for sale, D.C. United says. (Everyone has a price, but Maccabi Tel Aviv’s reported offer of $850,000 falls well short for a rising national team center back.) Birnbaum’s agent isn’t doing his client any favors by telling media outlets that the California native wants to go and that his oppressive […]

Archaeological Find Could Tell the Story of the Philistines

Harvard University archaeologist Lawrence Stager has led the Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon since 1985, clocking more than 30 years of excavations in a 150-acre site in the ancient seaport 35 miles south of Tel Aviv, reports the Harvard Gazette. Now, a major find related to the little-known Philistines, some...

Netanyahu to expedite deals with Africa

Benjamin Netanyahu will follow up on his East Africa trek with regulatory help for some of the business deals his entourage discussed along the way. ||| Tel Aviv - Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will follow up on his trek throughShow More Summary

Possible wreckage from EgyptAir crash washes up in Israel

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Debris apparently from the crash of EgyptAir MS804 was found on a beach north of Tel Aviv on Thursday, an official in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office said.

The Problem with Diversity Training

The Washington Post reports: ”In the cover story of the latest issue of the Harvard Business Review, sociologists from Harvard University and Tel Aviv University explore the counterintuitive idea that some of the most common tools for improving diversity — one of which is mandatory training — are not just ineffective. Show More Summary

Netanyahu eyes trade opportunities in Africa

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is touring four African countries to pursue business deals. ||| Tel Aviv - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took his four-country Africa trip to Kenya, where he will be pursuing business...Show More Summary

Birding Southern Portugal

European bee-eaters—freshly arrived spring migrants —n southern Portugal following a winter in Africa. At the start of April I found myself on a plane flying from Tel Aviv, Israel, to Istanbul, Turkey. Ataturk Airport in Istanbul was just a short layover stop before flying to my eventual destination of Lisbon, Portugal. Show More Summary

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