Tel Aviv has turned one of its City Hall into a giant game of Tetris, complete with two oversized joysticks set up in Rabin Square.
It’s not every day you see a dog getting a massage. But in this Israeli city, somehow it seems expected.
Tour guide and Hebrew teacher Guy Sharett uses the “linguistic language” of South Tel Aviv to teach Hebrew through graffiti.
The ‘Community of Stuff’ rents household items to Tel Avivians who have no room in their apartments, boosting the city’s lending economy.
Despite talk of Tel Aviv’s insulated status, the ‘first Hebrew city’ is very politically saturated — if you look beneath it.
The Jaffa terminal building was once a way station for thousands of Jewish immigrants to the Holy Land. Now a group of preservationists are trying to save it from being torn down by the city of Tel Aviv.
The father of one of the victims of Wednesday’s terror attack at a Tel Aviv shopping center criticized the Israeli government for not doing enough to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Dr. Michael Feige spent his career writing and lecturing about the effects of war and terrorism on the Israeli psyche, casting his analytic and critical academic eye on groups as diverse as the settler movement and Peace Now activists.
A relative of Forward contributing editor David Hazony was among the four victims of the Tel Aviv terror attack.
Four people were killed and four were seriously injured in a shooting at an outdoor shopping center in Tel Aviv.