‘Lolo’ never becomes the romantic comedy its creators presumably intended.
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The story of how he came to literary writing begins with – not surprisingly – his mother.
The controversial decision makes Dylan the only singer-songwriter to ever win the Nobel Prize for Literature.
'Hitler’s American Model,' by James Q. Whitman, contends that America's racist legislation served as a model for at least portions of Nazi Germany's Nuremberg Laws.
The real test for the comedian, who got $60 million for three Netflix specials, will be the new material he comes up with.
Only a fragment of a Hebrew inscription was found in the cemetery used from the 14th to 17th century, because the pope decreed Jews should be buried in unmarked graves.
Palatial building and luxurious imports signal that the Greek founders of Poseidonia in Italy were living high on the hog from pagan pilgrims.
The Tel Aviv glamour girl who became the darling of America's indie documentary and music video worlds talks about balancing commercial success while staying true to your values.
A visit to the Umm al-Fahm Art Gallery.
International designers are taking Muslim fashion increasingly seriously, with ‘modest fashion’ weeks and an Arab version of Vogue. But the development that’s exciting some Israeli-Arab women the most is Nike’s upcoming sports hijab.
Tasting a wide variety of pickled vegetables and fruits merge with tales of missed opportunities at a new series of food-centered evenings in Tel Aviv.
Pfizer paid for 58 cardiologists and internists to travel to conference on its blood-thinning drug, with Health Ministry's blessing.
Out of three new TV spin-offs - 'The Blacklist: Redemption,' '24:Legacy' and 'The Good Fight' - there’s one that’s unmissable, one that’s passable and another that’s risible.
And yes, again the discovery was made during roadworks, this time by Ramle in central Israel.
Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan.