Boutique hotels are a new phenomenon in Tel Aviv. Boutique hotels tend to be on the smallish side with an emphasis on intimacy and personal service. They each have a unique character and personality, aspire to being hip and trendy and are usually fairly luxurious. They aim to attract a young clientele with above average incomes.More...
David Rhodes reports on his interesting visit to the Rishon LeTzion branch of Carmel Wineries and the tasting of some of the wonderful brandies that this Israel’s largest winery is producing, in addition to its speciality wines.More...
Firebird is the name of Sam Zebba’s sailboat and the article by him is a love story between him and sailing. Zebba offers the history of sailing, which he says is no different today than it was thousands of years ago. It’s the wind that moves the boat with the celestial bodies as guide; the sun by day and the stars by night. And romance in the air.More...
Since Madonna is coming to Israel in May, her fans have implored the PM not to attack Iran before the concert so that it woudn’t be cancelled. Yes, Strategic Planning is called for when important events like that are to be considered! Ilan Shachar suggests a few other such urgent matters that give pause for thought in this satiric article.More...
Describes the wonderful work of caring for abandoned dogs in Hadera in the superb Shelter for Dogs, started by volunteers. Dedicated staff are assisted by the community. There are many stories of individual dogs who have benefitted by this humane and successful project.More...
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