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!
“It’s a story of love in the city, far away from home and family, chasing dreams on the gritty pavements, walking up endless flights of stairs, looking from dilapidated balconies into the brilliant white Mediterranean sun, surrounded by crowds, looking for a friend, a job, an apartment, creating live. At night the colors of the city creating live, there’s a… Read more →
An interesting article about the fashion designer Michal Bassad, I did find today in The Jerusalem Post Magazine (July 17th 2009) written by Michal Lando and Mya Guarnieri. Michal says: “My clothes are very organic in that manner, they are not planned, they are intuitive…” and: “My design has become softer over the years…it’s not only about aesthetics, it’s about… Read more →
Tel Aviv is a great place to be, I knew that. But I really had to acclimatize to it again… Not only the heat, but its pace, the way it smells and it’s noices… But it is absolutely great to be home… I started ‘running’ from day one because I wanted to suck it all into me. I am glad… Read more →
Yesterday, Friday 15th, I found this nice article in The Jerusalem Post by Ari Miller: “Two vices too few”. He wrote: “Tel-Aviv turns me on. From the beautiful woman to the nooks and crannies it has to offer, I can’t seem to get enough. Stuck between the Mediterranean coast and Israel, coupled with the malaise of life in general, this… Read more →
On a sunny afternoon, April the 11th 1909, 150 man, woman and children left the over-crowded port-city of Jaffa and walked 3 km north trough the hot, burning sand to a spot were they decided about the future of today’s Tel Aviv. Within a few month the first houses for those 66 families were build (Herzl, Jehuda-ha Levie and Lilienblum-street)…. Read more →