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Q & A with Inspire Collective

Q & A with Inspire Collective August 29, 2010 | Events, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Travelers to Tel Aviv can attest to the growing amount of art work lining the city walls. It’s not commissioned by the city, but rather imagined, believed and inspired into being by street artists. Inspire Festival 9/4-9/5 An art exhibit, nee, OCCASION, lauding inspired art, has once again come...

Spending Rosh Hashanah in Israel: 2010

Spending Rosh Hashanah in Israel: 2010 August 29, 2010 | Events, off the beaten path, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Shana Tova(A Good Year) I Wonder What She's Reading... An early Shana Tova(Good Year!) to you!  The Jewish holiday is celebrated throughout the world by Jews and others wishing to get in on the cultural festivities. Madonna even spent one Rosh Hashanah in Israel, and though not Jewish, she is a...

Tel Aviv’s White Night

Tel Aviv’s White Night August 15, 2010 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Wall Art Flourished on Lila Levan Lila Levan(White Night) is a new yearly tradition in Tel Aviv. UNESCO named Tel Aviv the White City in 2003 and ever since, Tel Aviv has been holding a night to celebrate it’s status and give it’s citizens a city-wide party. Just part of the White Night events...

Foot Volley IS a Sport

Foot Volley IS a Sport July 25, 2010 | Events, What's New | Read More
After spending two hours on the beach(without sunscreen, which is a mistake I make once each summer and vow never to make again as I scratch off a layer of skin), I rose in a stumble to find a bottle of water. I turned around and saw that there was a large Corona tent erected sometime in the two hours...

Watching USA v. England at Tel Aviv’s premiere English-speaking Bar

Watching USA v. England at Tel Aviv’s premiere English-speaking Bar June 14, 2010 | Events, Nightlife, What's New | Read More
A tie is not a loss…. One of many screens to watch the BIG GAME Everyone said we would lose. Everyone said England was sure to beat the US. But, after 94 minutes of game play, the score was 1-1. England shot six times toward the US goal and every time but the first, US goalie Tim Howard stopped...

Where to watch the WORLD CUP in Tel Aviv

Where to watch the WORLD CUP in Tel Aviv June 7, 2010 | Events, Things to Do | Read More
As much as Israelis love soccer, they haven’t quite mastered the fine art of making it into the World Cup this year. And so, although Israelis won’t be cheering their countrymen on to a victory, that doesn’t mean that those of us who are from more successful soccer countries don’t...

A Festival of Beer? In Tel Aviv? Don’t mind if I do…

A Festival of Beer? In Tel Aviv? Don’t mind if I do… June 6, 2010 | Events | Read More
For only 50 shekels, my friends and I approached the Tel Aviv Beer Festival with a certain awe. A Beer Festival. What awaited us there? Rows and rows of different taps to try. Grilled hotdogs and hamburgers fresh off the fire. French fries hot and salted to perfection. Live music on a stage worthy of...

Elvis Sighting in Tel Aviv!

Elvis Sighting in Tel Aviv! May 26, 2010 | Events | Read More
So much for getting to the Meshulash(triangle) Café early to get a good seat. Forty minutes before the show, every available chair had been taken. We opted to stand on the street and lean against a light pole. We had arrived just in time to get a good standing position for the 2nd Annual Elvis Presley...
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