It is always nice to hear good things about Tel Aviv. It becomes interesting when it is the opinion of people that travel a lot and who are new to Israel and especially Tel Aviv and even more when it is combined with some nice photos. Marco (and probably his wife Felicity ;-) ) of the Thinking Nomads blog visited… 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 →
Last Wednesday, October 13th, the first Tel Aviv Global City Forum took place at the Cameri Theatre, with local and international speakers and different workshops. After the opening remarks of mayor Ron Huldai there were speeches by Chaim Shani, the General Manager of the Ministry of Finance, a speech by Hila Oren, the General Director of TLV Global City, an… Read more →
And…another praise for Tel Aviv. This time in an article on Time Travel written by David Kaufman. He is talking about Tel Aviv as a seaside cultural and commercial HQ and a perfect mix of the contempary and the classic, a place were locals love to chill at cafes and sizzle on the beach. This is Tel Aviv!
Lethal Lesbian, Director’s Cut is a monthly series of lectures with guests talking about queer cinema and culture. On Saturday, March 27th (19:30) the lecture, Rebel without a Cause, will be in cooperation with TLV-Fest: screening Limor Ziv‘s: Her Own Way and Nir Ne’eman‘s: Yosi and Yasmin, followed by a Q&A with the two young directors. The event will take… Read more →