“No visitors complained about it. Most of our visitors are having fun because they know this is just an entertainment museum.”
Likud MK Hazan crashed Israel’s welcome ceremony for Trump and defied Netanyahu to grab a selfie with the American president.
Police in New York arrested an Israeli tourist who climbed the Brooklyn Bridge to take a selfie there. The tourist was an 18-year-old man whom the New York Post identified as “Shivel Dikstein.” Unlike Shoval, Shivel is not a common Israeli name. He was arrested at 7 p.m.
Just what constitutes appropriate behavior at a Holocaust memorial site has been a hot topic recently.
More than 50 locations worldwide have formally banned selfie sticks — though not Auschwitz. But maybe these so-called ‘narcissticks’ aren’t such a bad thing.
Miss Israel Doron Matalon, who took a controversial photobomb selfie with Miss Lebanon, hopes some good will come out of the Miss Universe snafu.
By photobombing Miss Lebanon’s selfie, has Miss Israel found a new path to world peace? We imagine other situations in dire need of her conflict resolution skills.
There’s plenty of real bombs rocking the Middle East. So leave it to Jon Stewart to focus on the photobombing drama involving Israel’s Miss Universe contestant.
As Jay Michaelson’s Facebook feed fills up with uninteresting pictures of menorahs, sufganiyot and latkes, he asks: Why are we obsessed with documenting our Hanukkah observance?
Responding to Wendy Shalit’s take on Jennifer Lawrence’s hacked nude photos, Frimet Goldberger argues that adults take sexy selfies, too — and that’s a good thing.