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Oh, baby! Israeli startup goes ga-ga over baby monitors, measuring everything from sleep quality to humidity levels
Nanit, an Israeli startup, has developed a “smart” baby monitor with far-reaching practical and medical applications
Viewing Israel’s many facets through a jeweler’s lens
“I wanted to write about all generations, one century, several families and cities,” says Israeli author Moshe Sakal, describing the ambitious initial outline for his novel, “The Diamond Setter,” a work that took him six years to complete.
Israeli culinary journalist Gil Hovav’s memoir is a heartwarming and earnest slice of life
Honest cooking and sincere storytelling rely on similar ingredients: tradition, love, humor and spice, among others. These components are found throughout “Candies from Heaven,” the newly translated memoir of leading Israeli culinary journalist Gil Hovav.
From start-up nation to ramp-up nation: Israel’s new approach to innovation
Newly translated, Israeli novel ‘Three Floors Up’ will give English readers a page-turner
Israeli entrepreneurs see a bright future for solar technology
Spirituality and basketball: the ‘Jewish Jordan’ Israel summer camp playbook
‘Hate Spaces’ provides a wake-up call on campus anti-Zionism—and a tool to fight it
In ‘My Fat Dad’ memoir, wisdom balances recipes and relationships
The Iran deal does New York
Tower of Babel in reverse: Hebrew language unites Israelis and Jews
Portraits of Irish Holocaust survivors present nation with a teachable moment
At Passover, Ukraine’s Jews bank on JDC relief efforts amid prolonged chaos
In ‘America in Retreat,’ a real-life Risk board
A frank conversation on marriage in Israel with Tzohar’s Rabbi David Stav