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Moving Forward: Reflections on Autism, Neurodiversity, Brain...
On a recent car journey, my husband Dan and I were listening...

by Ricky Rapoport FriesemKipod Press Cover design: Natalie F...

By Isabel BermanAvailable through Amazon or the Book De...



Text and photos by Lydia Aisenberg The longest piece of graf...
Photo by Gabriel Manlake on Unsplash

If I were a fly on the wall I'd be privy to secrets I'd know...
Character and attitude on three wheels

Motoring history in a can

In the late 1950's when I was a child in Caerphilly, South W...

By Estelle SlevinSelf-publishedIllustrations by Aliza Friedm...
Aurore Vigne


The guitar lesson."Drawing at home during the pandemic was a great way to pratice and keep live memories of this period"

"A quiet morning in Musrara, Jerusalem”, Gouache on paper, 2020


Interviewed by: Elana ShapFrench artist, Aurore Vigne moved ...
Celebrating 100 years of toil in the soil… Ein Harod century...
Who doesn't remember the childhood joys of digging into the ...

Anointed and united, wreathed and robed, He sits with Her at...
Daniella and Grant Crankshaw



Center Stage in Raanana

There is a cozy little theater around the corner on HaMasger...
Carole Glauber, award-winning photographer and photo historian





Over the past few in-and-out-of-lockdown months, I've starte...
Engraving of Judah Touro (1775-1854) whose bequest funded the windmill’s construction. Credit: Wikimedia Commons

Parts of the reconstructed mill mechanism Photo: Richard Gordon

Entrance to the reconstructed windmill wine center. Photo: Richard Gordon​

View eastwards from Mishkenot Sha’ananim towards Gethsemane Photo: Richard Gordon

Designed in Kent, saved by Ramsgate, now a £1M wineshop In 1...

 Relent, for what is love made of Friendship is the bal...

ANGELS ON FRIDAY NIGHTBy Susan LowingerPublisher: Independen...
Author with painting donated by Alexander for the author’s building.


I was surprised to see paintings of ships on the walls of an...

Hanzi and Joel Brand, members of the Aid and Rescue Committee in Budapest


Peretz’ visit to the American JOINT Children’s home, Budapest, 1948

Members of the Aid and rescue Committee: Left to right: Peretz Révész, Hanzi Brand, Rudolf Israel Kasztner, Nathan Komoly and Zvi Goldfarb, 1942

Occupation of Budapest by the conquering Russian Army, January 1945 Photo by Peretz Révész

Children’s home in Pécs, Hungary, 1945

Standing up to Evil: A Zionist's Underground Rescue Activiti...

The Israeli Intelligence Community: An Insider's Viewby Ephr...