In Part Seven of “Not Jewish?!” Jill puts Jung to shame with her insights on the collective unconscious. No, kidding – it’s much more interesting than that. Read on… Part One, Part Two, Part Three, Part Four, Part Five, Part […]
In Part Six of "Not Jewish?!", our heroine reminisces about life in Tel Aviv during the first days of Gulf War II. Carrying around a gas mask in
by Debbie Gold Hadar You know, I love traveling abroad. Particularly by air. Something about the whole shebang continues to excite me, although I have flown more often than
We all know the election results but in case you missed it. Kadima is the narrow winner, the pensioners rocked (got 1 in 10 in Tel Aviv), Likud
Elections are in full swing here and regardless of your political inclination you canâ€™t ignore the fact that the process itself works. Voting rates as of 7:00 PM
Post and Photos By Niv Calderon A common conversation these election days is apathy. Many people are saying they are not going to practice their democratic right to vote.
by David Levy "Oh my, isn't that bizarre," Dorit gasped into the phone. "Thank you so much for calling me." A friend in the media had just
Amit Saphir, Israeli body builder by David Levy Amit Saphir is Israelâ€™s number one weightlifter and bodybuilder, and, for his weight class, one of the strongest men in the world.
Although Tel Aviv was founded in 1909, its real growth and development occured during the 1930s. The architects who created what came to be known as the White
Love is Blind by Jill Cartwright In Part Five of "Not Jewish?!" our newly single heroine is set up on a series of blind dates and discovers that Israeli men
Israeli Men Prefer Blondes In Part 4 of "Not Jewish?!", our intrepid heroine gives us a hilarious and spot-on description of how the Israeli Male interacts with his car,
Hair style takes on an all new meaning with the good people at Erotic Art Studio. Believing that pubic hair and the intimate areas deserve as
by David Levy I watched a surfer stop at a Habad stand to lay tefillin. He slowly wrapped the phylacteries around his tattooed arm, as the ultra-Orthodox
Sweet Tel Aviv by Jill Cartwright Part Three of Jill Cartwright's memoir about moving to Israel as a non-Jew at the height of the second intifada focuses on her first