MAGAZINE ABOUT LIFE IN ISRAEL

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Woman Captured Hearts on Israeli Independence Day

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A needed moment of authentic humanity was witnessed through Israeli media during Israel’s 71st birthday celebration, thanks to 93-year-old Marie Nahmias. Nahmias, a true woman of valor, has quietly created a safe haven for both Arab and Israeli children in her home, which shines a light on just how possible peace might be. For 54…

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Jerusalem Writer’s Festival Gathers Culture Community

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For the seventh year in a row, the annual Jerusalem Writer’s Festival is taking place in Mishkenot Sha’ananim Culture Center from May 12 – 16. The center overlooks the Old City, and is in proximity to other cultural landmarks, hosting various events, such as The First Station and Tmol Shilshom Café. An international mix of publishing professionals,…

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Does the Holocaust Belong on Instagram?

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What if a 13-year-old girl in the Holocaust had Instagram? Evas.stories was launched as a personal Instagram blog on May 9, Israel’s Holocaust Remembrance Day, yet was a carefully crafted feature film presented in clips of Instagram stories. Eva.stories is based on a true story from Eva Heyman, a 13-year-old Hungarian girl who kept a…

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Tel Aviv Restaurant Won’t Give You the Check

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Can you imagine a restaurant with no menus, no checks, and no tips? Welcome to the world of Joz Ve Loz, a restaurant concept stirring itself into the eclectic Tel Aviv cuisine scene. The space has been open for over a decade, and is well known for its high-quality fresh food menu. 2017 brought a…

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A Passover Perspective Through Miriam

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To all our readers who celebrate, wishing you a Happy Passover and Happy Easter. May you continue to blossom and find freedom.  From the Between the Lines family. Amidst Jewish tradition, the Passover tale is told annually, complete with the same ancient customs to commemorate when the Jews were slaves in Egypt. Moses is the…

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