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Learning New Cultures Through Comedy

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Five years ago, the Ethiopian – Israeli relationship was tender to say the least. There seemed to be an uprising of unfair abuse and incarceration towards Ethiopian society from the Israeli police, and there were plenty of demonstrations from the local Israeli community against these acts. Today, there’s a comedy to spotlight all of the…

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Skipping Lines is Now Legal

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The one thing the Israeli Government can agree on unanimously is kindness. A new law legislates that Israelis over the age of 80 can request priority service in public offices. This means that at banks, post offices, pharmacies, stores and other bureaucratic places, the elderly can skip, or saunter, to the front of the line.…

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A New Coffee Scene is Brewing

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Can the coffee scene in Tel Aviv get any better? It just did, thanks to Kaie Bird, a native Texan and Tel Aviv local who is inspiring a freshly brewed kind of coffee scene spotlighting the true star – a quality cup of coffee. Bird, a photographer and foodie at heart, runs a popular Instagram…

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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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Purim is Coming

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A brief glimpse of a vibrant yellow tutu, and you can feel that it’s coming. Whether it’s a gang of small girls dressed like superheroes or a crew of grown men dressed as fairies, it’s a clear sign that Purim is fast approaching, and the entire country is ready to celebrate. For anyone not familiar, Purim…

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