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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To Abide

Freedom is probably one of the most important things for artist Uzi Benita. Sitting in his room in South Tel-Aviv, surrounded by his paintings and books, the subject of freedom keeps coming up. He is not so much of a rebel per se, but he lives life in his own rhythm.He seems completely age-less, with […]

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