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Photographer Captures Spontaneous Essence of Tel Aviv

in Life, Culture & Sports

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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Australians Always Have a Landing Pad in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

In an effort to grow their entrepreneurial ecosystem, the Australian Minister of Industry, Innovation and Science, Christopher Pyne, has initiated a new global program, where “Landing Pads” are placed at key technology hubs around the world. Israel is one of them. The aim of the Landing Pads are to provide an onsite space for Australian…

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Aerosmith and the Power of Music

in Life, Culture & Sports

If you had to imagine a group of Israelis standing in line for over two hours, your experience would likely consist of one large clump of humans smashed as close as possible to the front of wherever they think they need to be.  Now add 50,000 excited concert goers to that plus alcohol, and you…

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The Smart Car Revolution is Rolling

in Economy & Innovation

We may not have flying cars yet but thanks to the advancement of Israeli transportation innovation, we might get there sooner than we thought. Before any car is going to take flight though, Israelis have been leading the way to create cars that run on electricity instead of gasoline, which are said to use ⅓…

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Tel Aviv SlutWalk Rallies for Women’s Rights and Bodies

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It started when a police officer said that “women should avoid dressing like sluts” to prevent them from being raped. Since that day in Canada in 2011, hundreds of thousands of women have rallied across the world in SlutWalks, a global movement calling for an end to rape culture and protecting women’s fundamental right of…

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