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7 places where the scenery is as exciting as the music

These open-air music venues excite the eyes as well as the ears.

International superheroes

Expand your geek cred by learning about these 5 heroes from around the world

Colorful Druze fabric is rich in family tradition

The handbags and totes popular in online stores originated in a tranquil mountain village.

Hilarious Tel Aviv comedy troupe debuts in New York

Tziporela brings their fast-paced sketch show to the Big Apple for the first time.

A flower vase so stylish that it outshines the prettiest of blooms

Foldable VAZU flower vases are less heavy and more fun than their glass counterparts.

Howie Mandel on 'Deal With It' and his love of the hidden camera

The veteran comedian brings the Keshet-created prank game show to a new level in its third season.

Forget gold and silver – how about paper jewelry?

Necklaces, rings and bracelets made from paper are unusual – and biodegradable – fashion statements.

Dead Sea electronic music rave hosts Paul Oakenfold

20,000 concert fans set to party at the lowest point on Earth.

Richard Gere film about homelessness wins award

Creative camera work bolsters Gere's intimate portrayal of street life. And no, he's not actually homeless.

6 things to know about Guy Oseary, the man behind Madonna, A-Rod, U2 and more

The careers that this entertainment guru has helped develop may surprise you.

10 cool film festivals from around the world

These cinematic showcases premiere new films to the world while paying homage to the classics.

10 things you might not know about the man who introduced the world to Jean-Claude Van Damme

Menahem Golan's life has been far from ordinary.

Dreame turns your dreams into fascinating art

The website pairs artists with those who want to see their visions come to life.

Miss summer? Listen to these Beach Boys hits

Mike Love and company are coming to a town near you.

Century-old Salesian monastery doubles as meteorological station

Beit Jamal is more than just a church — it's a concert hall and it measures the weather.