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Ben Yehuda Street

January 13th 2015

Ben Yehuda Street is named for the founder of Modern Hebrew, Eliezer Ben-Yehuda. This busy pedestrian mall runs from King George Street to Zion Square at the meeting point of Yoel Solomon Street and Jaffa Road in central Jerusalem. Also known as the “midrechov” (literally, “pedestrian street”) in Hebrew, Ben Yehuda Street is the heart […]

Bob Dylan in Israel

March 27th 2011

Could it be? Is it true? It is! After reports floating around the web for weeks, Bob Dylan’s promoter Marcel Avrahams has finally confirmed that Dylan is indeed stopping over in the Holy Land on a world tour that sweeps through Asia and ends in Denmark. The concert will be held on June 20 at […]

Gene Simmons Tours Israel

March 23rd 2011

Once an Israeli, always an Israeli, regardless of whatever costume you put on, be it ten inch platform shoes or sci-fi  makeup and huge black hair. Gene Simmons, known to the music world as the famous Kiss bassist who sold 100 million records and did outrageous stunts, was nine years old when he left Israel.  At the […]

Beit She’an & Masada Night Light Shows – Awesome!

February 24th 2011

History is coming alive with bright lights and fantastic special effects.  With the advance of technology, be prepared to be dazzled (and educated) with the various night- time light shows being displayed across Israel. Starting with the Beit She ‘an National Park Light Show. The story of Beit She’an- Strategically located between the Jordan and Jezreel […]

Night Spectacular in Jerusalem

September 18th 2010

Here is an opportunity for you to combine your passion for Jewish history and archaeology with music, art, and lights, all at the Tower of David Night Spectacular.Located in the Tower of David’s courtyard, you’ll experience a breathtaking sound and light show – complete with pulsing music, the story of Jerusalem, and some really cool […]

Hutzut Hayotzer Artists Colony

September 13th 2010

Hutzot Hayotzer Artists Colony Two years after the reunification of Jerusalem in 1967, a no-man’s land between the New and Old City of Jerusalem was transformed into an artist’s colony. It contains studios and galleries of 24 carefully selected Israeli artists creating in both traditional and contemporary styles in the diverse art fields of Painting, […]

Zoological Garden

September 13th 2010

Jerusalem’s Tisch Zoological Gardens, also known as the Biblical Zoo, offers animal lovers of all ages an up-close and personal look at the animals mentioned in the Bible, as well as other popular zoo animals. This modern zoo showcases animals in their natural habitats — wide open spaces where the animals can roam freely, rather […]