Ep. 2: Bootcamp Sucks

This is one of the most painful lessons I’ve ever learned: I am outrageously, disappointingly, disgustingly, privileged. Growing up with the rich kids, I always felt like I was the underdog. My friends always had more money than I did, their families traveled more, they had better clothes, their parents weren’t divorced. But in Bootcamp, […]

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Ep. 1: Little May

Ep 1: Little May The early-morning fog has faded, and the mid-July sun floods the parking lot. We walk inside the military base, loaded to the brim with 18-year-old girls like me, all being drafted today. On top of everybody towers an electric sign, names written on it in electric red, changing every few minutes. […]

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All are One

It’s the most common, basic story. A young man is born into an upper society, where his education is the top priority. Along the way, the young man is being exposed to the sufferings of this world. He goes on a journey, and somewhere out there meets God. Roy Rabinovici was born in Israel but […]

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Geffilte Fish and Nipples

Geffilte Fish is a traditional East-European Jewish dish. A fish is being ground whole, bones and fins, and then rearranged as a patty. It is cooked in water and served cold on Holidays, sometimes with a piece of carrot to add some color to the gray lump. It has a fishy, sweet flavor. Happy Holidays! […]

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Circles Circles Circles

In her early 20’s, Yael Livneh was a shepherd.It was tough, physical work, walking a herd of 80 goats into the desert mountains, cleaning after them, chasing stray goats.Goats need a leader, and back then, she didn’t know how to be one for them. She had to chase them around as they followed an assertive […]

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Worldwide

Psychodelic dreams with colors and sound, seeing melodies, sitting by a bonfire outdoors and making music with flowers. Soundtracks of movies, westerns, kung-fu. Every genre of music. These are some of the things that inspire Yossi Bozo, who just recently published his new album – Connexion Divina. We sit in his apartment in Tel Aviv, […]

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Poco a poco

Dayana sits by the bar after the lunch service, drinking a margarita, her apron is still tied around her waist. This is supposed to be a light, easy story about Mexican cuisine. It’s not. The story begins in Jardín Mangos, a neighborhood by the shore in Acapulco, a central city in the South of Mexico. […]

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