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Earphones are seen on top of a smart phone with a Spotify logo on it, in Zenica February 20, 2014.

Spotify Wrapped 2023: What songs, artists were Israelis tuning into?

 A SCENE from ‘Northern Comfort.’

Fearful flyers are the focus of comedy ‘Northern Comfort’ - review

 SOPHIE BERZON MACKAI (right) and Ziva Yellin (third from right) prepare for the opening of the Kibbutz Be'eri gallery at Romano House in Tel Aviv.

Be’eri art gallery finds temporary home at Romano House in Tel Aviv

 Hannah Brown

‘Jerusalem Post’ movie critic wins prize for children’s book 

 MIKI (MICHAEL ABAYEV) A labor of love

The healing power of music and words


Jerusalem Jewish Film Week to be held during Hanukkah

 The new building of the National Library in Jerusalem: There is no better form of escapism than to take a walk to what must be the calmest and most peaceful structure in town, says the writer.

Visiting the new National Library building - feature

 Oxana Yavlonsky

Playing for life: mother and son perform in Tel Aviv - feature

 The Ra'anana Symphonette Orchestra will be joined by Israeli Opera soloits on Tuesday.

Songs of the Tribe - feature

 Sofia Polgar and the participants in "Chess for Solidarity" competition hold up the faces of abducted children.

Chess4Solidarity holds event with Gaza hostages' families

 PATRICK LIGARDES and Sabrine Azema in ‘Wahou.’

'Wahou!': A real estate comedy that can't close the deal - review

 NIV SULTAN in season two of ‘Tehran.’

Israeli films, TV shows win prizes and fans worldwide

 The National Library of Israel

Unveiling the new National Library of Israel's building

"Kan," the new public broadcaster's logo.

Hostage families appear on Israeli TV show ‘Sorry for Asking’

 URIAH PHILLIPS LEVY, a Jewish US naval officer who bought and restored Monticello in 1834.

‘Levys of Monticello’ tells a unique US Jewish story - film review

 Arik Einstein

Israel-Hamas war: 18 Arik Einstein songs to listen in time of war, loss

 Clarinetist Sharon Kam will join the IPO.

Israel Philharmonic to open 2023-24 season in the shadow of war

 BRAD PITT in ‘Inglourious Basterds.’

Classic movies, new TV shows for Israelis to watch in wartime

 THE AVIGDORI FAMILY: Hen, Noam, Sharon, and Omer.

Hostage families in entertainment industry speak out about their relatives in Hamas captivity

 Placards lie on the ground after Israeli Americans and supporters of Israel gather in solidarity with Israel and protest against antisemitism, on the National Mall in Washington, U.S, November 14, 2023.

Variety and Jewish Life Television to broadcast 'The State of Antisemitism'

By Brooke Sarah Borden
 'About Dry Grasses.'

Arava and Docaviv Galilee film festivals announce wartime programs

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