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Art-inspired vegan recipes for health and healing

Category : Featured Dining

Maayan Ora’s name means ‘Wellspring of Light’ in Hebrew and she spreads her inner light through her plant-based food. Maayan Ora, originally from Montreal, is a vegan who uses her love of art to create delicious and vibrant recipes. She is in her second year of blogging online about healing foods and plans to open […]

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Monday, June 1st, 2020

Israeli Startup That Connects Travelers With Local Doctors Gears Up for A Post-Corona World

Category : Editor's Picks

There are few things as stressful as falling ill while traveling and needing to see a doctor. (Save maybe having your stuff stolen). Locating clinics can be a challenge, doctors aren’t expected to speak your language, and miscommunication abounds — to the point where one could even be given the wrong treatment. And what of […]

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Thursday, May 28th, 2020

With Eateries, Bars Set To Reopen, TLV Turns More Streets Into Pedestrian-Only Zones

Category : Featured Dining

As the Israeli government continues to lift restrictions put in place to contain the spread of the coronavirus, the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality announced that it will add 11 pedestrian-only areas to key streets around the city as part of an urban policy to prioritize pedestrians and cyclists and restrict car access. Restaurants, bars, cafes, and […]

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Thursday, May 21st, 2020

High-Stakes Rescue Saves Jewish Artist Stranded at Sea for Weeks

Category : Featured Article

A last-ditch effort in the Caribbean saves the life of Israeli seafarer stranded by the coronavirus It was eerily reminiscent of the route that Jews-turned-pirates fleeing Spain and Portugal in the 17th century would take. Making their way across the North Atlantic, these legendary swashbuckling Jewish pirates once roamed the Caribbean from Curaçao to Jamaica. […]

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Thursday, May 21st, 2020

8 ways to visit Israel from the comfort of your home

Category : Featured Article

Unfortunately, flights to Israel will probably be canceled for the foreseeable future. This means your Israel trip, the one you’ve been planning for some time now, just went down the drain. Hard to find a silver lining, unless you decide to take it easy and create a new virtual itinerary that lets you experience the […]

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Sunday, May 17th, 2020

Lesser-Known Facts of Israel’s Most Popular Landmarks

Category : Featured Article

As May is Jewish American Heritage Month, we’re shedding some light on the incredible history of Israel. This can be an eye-opening lesson any day of the week — especially with the kids cooped up at home, running low on history and geography lesson plans. Any future world traveler or self-proclaimed wanderer will be intrigued […]

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Monday, May 11th, 2020

In major breakthrough, Israeli researchers isolate coronavirus antibody

Category : Editor's Picks

After the monoclonal neutralizing antibody is patented, the institute will find an international manufacturer to mass-produce it as a treatment. The Israel Institute for Biological Research has isolated a key coronavirus antibody that successfully neutralized aggressive coronavirus in lab tests, Israeli Defense Minister Naftali Bennett announced after visiting the lab in Ness Ziona on May […]

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Wednesday, May 6th, 2020

Vilnius Breathes Life into The Great Synagogue of Vilna A 3D Project Allows to Explore the Jewish Heritage Treasure Online

Category : Must-See Travel Destinations

Today marks the 300th birth anniversary of Vilna Gaon Elijah ben Solomon Zalman. On this occasion, the city of Vilnius offers a new possibility to explore one of the treasures of Jewish heritage in Vilnius – the Great Synagogue of Vilna. These days, when travel possibilities are limited, the new project, placed entirely in virtual […]

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Monday, April 27th, 2020

TAP Air Portugal to launch Cape Town route in November

Category : Travel Services

Officials in Cape Town have welcomed the imminent addition of a TAP Air Portugal route to the city. The direct seasonal Lisbon to Cape Town service will operate three days a week and is scheduled to commence on November 11th. It will run until the end of March 2021. The service will operate on an […]

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Wednesday, April 22nd, 2020

The complex syrup with a rich history and promising future

Category : Featured Dining

It’s a healthy substitute for sugar, and a flavorful ingredient to add to many different dishes. Find out why silan has a place of honor in Israeli kitchens. A new trend in healthy whole-foods eating is using dates in place of highly processed white sugar. Dates are naturally sticky and sweet, making a passable substitute […]

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Monday, April 20th, 2020
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