Face-off with a cop. Judy Shapiro finds “a different mindset,” as she argues with a cop about a familiar road that was suddenly off limits. Tempers flared as she refused to accept this new law, but she learned something about herself as well.More...
“Hiking in the Ashes of the Carmel” with Hilary Lavi, recounts her participation with a group who hiked to the destination of the mega-fire on Mount Carmel. They walked through the mosaic of black, ash, gray and green areas and discoverd some patches that had been miraculously untouched by the fire.More...
Introducing the electric car, being produced at Better Place in Israel for our local use. A new world of technology and progress comes with this vehicle propelled by an interchangeable or rechargeable battery. A new, quiet motor car with few evil emissions.More...
Ariel school, together with the Raanana municipality, wanted to encourage children to walk to school rather than travel in their parents’ pollution-emitting cars. Glenis Bertfield expalins how this works. Her slogan is "Encourage your children to walk to school - make a difference!"More...
On vacation in a peaceful Galilee village, the writer is awakened by deafening music emanating from the neighbors. He tries to persuade them to reduce the volume, to no avail. He says that every society has rules of civilized behavior to ensure safeguarding the personal freedom of citizens, but what does one do when insensitivity gives way to blatant aggression.More...
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