While restaurants and cafes saw a rise in profit since lockdown ended, it is still far below what they used to make in the pandemic's early days
Pandemic lifts company's shares amid soaring demand for its website-building tools
U.S. artist Adam Pendleton brings Black Lives Matter to Tel Aviv: ‘I don’t shy away from complicated ideas’
Pendleton, presenting in Israel for the first time, tells Haaretz about the importance of the creator’s voice in a sea of political chatter
Peril looms as Alpine glaciers shrink, and preserving the last bastion remaining free of coronavirus (because nobody can get there): It's time for the Haaretz climate change briefs!
Social distancing and online events won’t prevent the September gala from going ahead
The move follows the reopening of the city's legendary drive-in theater, and will be held in accordance with the Health Ministry's 'Purple Ribbon' standards.
"Every Jewish person living here should know Arabic,” Levi said. “Knowing the culture of the other person is the best way to find a path into his or her heart.”
"We provided him with medical treatment and performed advanced and prolonged resuscitation until we reached the trauma room.”
Sydney, London, Cambridge, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco also set for Sunday
MIDDLE ISRAEL: The former governor of the Bank of Israel represented truth, warning that Benjamin Netanyahu’s budgetary maneuvering is economically ruinous.