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Read ‘One Gram Short,’ a New Story by Etgar Keret

Read ‘One Gram Short,’ a New Story by Etgar Keret
By November 24, 2014

“It’s not for the high. It’s for a girl. Someone special I want to impress.” Read More

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Watch the Israeli Government’s Anime Tourism Pitch

Watch the Israeli Government’s Anime Tourism Pitch
By November 13, 2014

New video aims to entice Japanese visitors to the Holy Land. Read More

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Tel Aviv Ensemble Tziporela Delights With Sketch Comedy Show “Odd Birdz”

Tel Aviv Ensemble Tziporela Delights With Sketch Comedy Show “Odd Birdz”
By November 7, 2014

Start-up theatre from the start-up nation. Read More

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New Short Story Collection Explores Tel Aviv’s Dark Side

New Short Story Collection Explores Tel Aviv’s Dark Side
By October 14, 2014

“What could possibly be dark about our sunny city, a city nicknamed ‘The Bubble?'” — Etgar Keret Read More

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Making Aliyah—With a Little Help From Some Evangelical Christians

Making Aliyah—With a Little Help From Some Evangelical Christians
By September 15, 2014

“If they can help me make ends meet as a broke 21-year-old starting a new life in a foreign country, I can forgive their apocalyptic visions.” Read More

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World’s Largest Shabbat Dinner In Tel Aviv Attended by 2,226 People

World’s Largest Shabbat Dinner In Tel Aviv Attended by 2,226 People
By June 16, 2014

800 bottles of wine, 80 bottles of vodka, 2000 challah rolls, 1800 pieces of chicken, 1000 pieces of beef. Read More

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