A new opportunity for those who don’t work in the office – freelancers, bloggers, entrepreneurs – is arriving. Now you can work remotely from a kibbutz (a communal settlement in Israel, typically a farm)!
Get ready for this Passover, which begins sundown on April 19th, with the Times of Israel’s list of holiday-related activities happening now in the Holy Land!
Are you thinking of visiting Tel Aviv? Check out Israel21c's list of books to help you learn more about this interesting city by the seaside.
Writers at Israel21c say that finding a good restaurant in the desert might seem like a mirage, but it's not! They’ve put together a list of 11 places to try.
Jessica Stone shares why your next hike should be across the Israel National Trail.
Israeli parks have made a change for the better. They are so much more accessible, providing accommodations to those using wheelchairs and strollers, as well as people with vision impairment and other disabilities.
Just in time for Christmas, Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity has repaired and cleaned 12th century mosaics that have been covered in dirt for centuries reports the Times of Israel
Olives are one of the holy foods of the Bible known as the "Seven Species," which sustained the people of Israel in biblical times, and continue to sustain them today. Our friends at Israel21c share the top 10 olive oils you can find in the Holy Land.
Do you wonder what it looked like on the streets of Jerusalem during the time of King Herod or during the life of Jesus? Experts have put together a new virtual reality tour of ancient Jerusalem so you can see the ancient city up close.
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