A Palestinian attacker fatally stabbed two people in a Tel Aviv office building on Thursday, police said, raising to 16 the number of Israelis who have died, along with 79 Palestinians, in a wave of violence over the past seven weeks.
Hundreds of Israelis came to show solidarity with France this Saturday, after Friday’s tragic terror attacks.
Last week, audiences at Tel Aviv’s Fashion Week were surprised when Tovale+, a label run by mother and daughter team Tovale and Namma Chasin, wrapped up their show to Mordechai Ben David’s upbeat song “Maaminim.” Ben David, an American Hasidic Jewish singer popular in the Orthodox community, was an unlikely choice for the high-fashion event.
Less than two months after American Airlines canceled its Philadelphia-Tel Aviv route, rival carrier United Airlines is adding a San Francisco-Tel Aviv route.
The idea of a train system for Tel Aviv predates the State of Israel. Now that the city has finally broken ground on the project, residents are consumed by worries about rats and gridlock.
A shipwreck discovered off Israel’s coast almost 40 years ago has been identified as likely a vessel belonging to Edmond James de Rothschild, a French Jewish banker and philanthropist.
A French watchdog against anti-Semitism condemned a Paris city council member who called to cancel a city festival dedicated to Tel Aviv.
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv’s LGBT communities have always been very different. Last week’s Pride parade stabbing put a trauma at the heart of their relationship.
Louis (Lou) Lenart, an American fighter pilot hailed as “The Man who saved Tel Aviv” during the opening days of Israel’s War of Independence, has died.