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Photographer Captures Spontaneous Essence of Tel Aviv

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Evyatar Dayan is a 39 year old software engineer during the week, who takes on the role of street photographer during the weekends. Currently based in the Florentine neighborhood in south Tel and originally from Beit Shemesh, Dayan started taking photos around the age of 10. His focus and photography style has only evolved towards…

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Hebrew and Arabic languages coexist

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Thirty-year-old creative mind Liron Lavi Turkenich has set a worldwide language storm ablaze by creating Aravrit, a visual combination of the Hebrew and Arabic languages. Liron was inspired to merge the two ancient alphabets after noticing that she always ignored the Arabic language on the road signs in Haifa, the culturally mixed city where she…

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Short Israeli Film Breaks Worldwide Record

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A 20-minute documentary directed by Tel Aviv University student Lior Geller has made it into the Guinness Book of World Records for the record-breaking amount of awards it has received worldwide. Steve Tisch from the Tel Aviv University Film and Television Department, says the movie has been shown in over 60 festivals across 36 countries, and has…

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Tel Aviv Fashion Hits the Runway

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Not to be confused with Purim, Tel Aviv is on to its next big fashion show – Gindi Tel Aviv Fashion Week. From March 12 – 15, dozens of well-known and emerging Israeli designers are hitting the runways, the trendy parties, and the international fashion scene. In its fifth consecutive year, Fashion Week in Tel…

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Award-winning Film peeks into Liberal Arab World

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We’re finally getting a proper peek into the Israeli Arab world, and the Arab leadership is already calling for a boycott. “In Between” is an award winning film, recently released, which shares the story of three Arab women who decide to leave their small village of Umm al-Fahm and move to Tel Aviv, the most…

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