Top 10 Places to Visit and Love in Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem

Top 10 Places to Visit and Love in Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem

For most American tourists visiting Israel, frequenting our distant shores can be synonymous to a 7 year-old stepping into a candy shop. There’s just too much of a good thing to go around…

So where do you go if you’re a hard-working businessman with little time on your hands to make the most of your Holy Land experience? We’ve come up with a list of the top 10 places to visit in Tel-Aviv and Jerusalem, Israel’s top two tourist attractions.

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My Top 7 Chicago Bulls of All Time

My Top 7 Chicago Bulls of All Time

1. Michael Jordan (1984-’93, 1995-’98) – Who else?? AKA “MJ,””Air Jordan,” “His Airness”- and no, ain’t never been a better playa in NBA history than Air Mike! Jordan was bigger…

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Top Stories from 2015

Top Stories from 2015

2015 featured some memorable stories. There was ISIS wreaking havoc across Syria, Iraq and extending its activities to France, Australia and the US, Donald Trump taking the GOP hostage with his…

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Dealing with and Overcoming Internet Addiction

Dealing with and Overcoming Internet Addiction

So I set out to research this new, mostly-unexplored phenomenon and discovered a world hereto unknown to me. Keep the following two points in mind while reading this: 1) If an activity doesn’t help you progress on a personal/career level, there’s no reason for engaging in it. 2) If you know that you have a short attention span and get carried away with destructive activities, that, may be in itself reason enough to at limit Internet consumption.

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Top 7 Job Sites in Israel

Top 7 Job Sites in Israel

I’m looking for a new career opportunity after a Copywriter position in Tel-Aviv ran its course. While I have 10+ years of experience, speak fluent English, Hebrew and Russian, am a…

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An Interview with Chaya Chertok

An Interview with Chaya Chertok

It was a breezy night in Jerusalem. People from around the world were dining in fancy restaurants in the city center. Chaya Chertok, a close friend of mine from Chicago,…

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Gypsy Jazz in Israel

Gypsy Jazz in Israel

It is no secret that Israelis love music. Besides Jacob’s Ladder Folk Festival for Irish, bluegrass and folk music enthusiasts, there are festivals for lovers of jazz, guitar, oud and…

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Coffee on the Run

Coffee on the Run

One of the noticeable things about walking through Manhattan is the high percentage of people sipping from large cups of coffee in paper cups. While it’s true that most of…

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Tel Aviv’s Love of Selfies

Tel Aviv’s Love of Selfies

It could be that residents of Tel Aviv are just happy people or possibly oozing with self-confidence, but now there is actual data proving their commitment to sharing their personal…

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Gay Pride Parade? Just Not in Israel Please!

Gay Pride Parade? Just Not in Israel Please!

These are the basic questions that people should start asking themselves. Are we an “open” society that allows anyone and everyone to do as they please or are we a Jewish state with moral clarity? Does a Jewish state mean that homosexuals should be allowed to hold “Gay Pride” parades at their whim? What does it mean to be an “open” society? Should we be “open” to injustice and suffering or should we be “open” to positive behavior? What is the definition of “positive behavior?”

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