If you are visiting Tel Aviv for the first time or even for a second or more times it is wise to visit the friendly people at the Information Center of the Association for Tourism Tel Aviv-Jaffa… They can tell you lots of things about Tel Aviv, for instance the free guided tours on Tuesdays, cycling in Tel Aviv…. And… Read more →
I did found this most interesting article in the Ha’aretz newspaper about the preservation of historic buildings in the city. As the frequent readers of Tel Aviv Fever will know, we support restoration and renovation projects in the inner-city for 100% and are fully against a destruction of an (important) historic building. An historic building is a part of the culture… Read more →
Dulce José Silva Pontes, one of Portugals greatest Fado singers, born in the small village of Montijo (1968), will come to Tel Aviv with her “Momentos Tour” on Tuesday, December 21st at the Mann Auditorium (20:30). Dulce Pontes is a songwriter and singer not just of Fado, but her musical styles include pop and classical music. Hopefully she will perform her… Read more →
I love cycling, I love Tel Aviv, but the combination of the two is a bit complicated. Being in Tel Aviv for two great weeks again made me realize that cyclist in Tel Aviv are the Kings of the Pavement. Okay, at least, this is what they think… With high speed, with ringing bells, getting mad and having no respect… Read more →
‘The Project’, a contemporary dance repertoire of three choreographers: Jacopo Godani, Marco Goecke and Emanual Gat is coming to the Israeli Opera (TAPAC) on Tuesday, November 30th (21:00) and Friday, December 10th. (14:00). It will be an evening/afternoon of three choregraphers with three different dance styles.
Vieux Farka Tourse, the renowned singer/guitarist from Mali, will give a concert with a special appearance of Idan Raichel this coming Friday, November the 26th (22:00) at the The Israeli Opera (TAPAC). Vieux Farka Tourse performs traditional West African music with modern elements of rock ‘n roll , pop , reggae and salsa.
Something that caught my eye and brain is that there are so many dogs in Tel Aviv now… And their owners are in the age of more or little after military service…. Would it be instead of kids or just as in-between? ;) I was pleasantly surprised about the fact that the streets are still so clean. I see quite… Read more →
My co-editor Frits told me and wrote about it on our site before. He is an art and architecture lover and I am a photographer. But now I have seen it with my own eyes, being on a guided tour with Frits. For me it is official now: The Peres Peace House is ugly! There are more reasons for that:… Read more →