A tribute to Marshall Baron, lawyer, political activist, humanist and artist who passed away at 42 years old in Zimbabwe, is possibly best remembered for his exceptional artistic talent displayed at a retrospective exhibition of his paintings held in Tel Aviv in 2008.More...
From 1830 until the end of the 19th century, the famous composer, whose name you may not recognize, Giacomo Meyerbeer was the most successful and sought-after composer throughout Europe. Why has his music been so neglected? Barbara Blum explains.More...
A fascinating look inside the “banking museum,” by Lydia Aisenberg. Between High Places takes you to Bet Mani “where the history of banking is on display from the pre-Bank Leumi days of the Anglo-Palestine Bank, to information about the establishment of Tel Aviv on the sands of Ahuzit Bayit.More...
ISSUE 147 - Dec 2008/Jan 2009
FROM THE EDITOR
- life's journey – exploring relationships, resolving conflicts. a review
- schneider children's medical center not just any hospital
- children without shadows
- stop driving before it is too late
- encountering israel
- the strawberry woman
- for the love of god and virgins - a review
- fighting cancer with hyperthermia
- ex-volunteers-kibbutz movement wants to hear from you
- watt lights my light