Conneticut-based company of choreographers and dancer-athletes Pilobolus will give three dance shows at the Tel Aviv Opera House (TAPAC) on November 4th and 6th at 21:00 and on November 5th at 15:00. In their new program this time: ‘Untitled’, ‘Redline’, ’Duet’ and ‘Transformation’. The New York Times wrote about them: “…one of the world’s most popular modern-dance troupes…famous for its wit and sensuality.”
I can dream, think, daydream about (vegetarian) cooking books, food, restaurants, ingredients AND cooking, so I was intrigued by the article “The Real Balabustas of Tel Aviv” by Anthony Grant in The New York Times Style Magazine online. Just like in the Netherlands a chef (de cuisine) is in about 99% a man… At home women do the cooking, but in restaurants kitchens… Read more →
A nice and good PR-article about Tel Aviv, I did find in the Scotland on Sunday of November 3rd, written by Ruth Walker: Travel: a weekend Tel Aviv. She writes: “It’s no wonder the New York Times calls it the coolest city in the Middle-East..” She finish her article with: “…Tel Aviv leaves me wishing it would never end. And… Read more →
The Mark Morris Dance Group from New York, a perfect combination of music and movement, is coming to Tel Aviv at the end of this year. They will give 6 shows at the Israeli Opera – New Performing Art Center from Thursday, December 29th until Sunday, January 3rd 2010. Information: 03-6927777 or: www.israel-opera.co.il The New York Times wrote about the… Read more →
An article, full with hope for a better future, I saw last Friday in The New York Times, written by Joan Dupont about the movie Ajami, a neighborhood in Jaffa, that will be screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. The movie is directed by Scandor Copti (a Jaffa-born Arab) and Yaron Shani, who is living in Ashdod.