From The Grapevine - Page 2
Found near ancient banquet hall, wine stash equivalent to 3,000 bottles.
Legislation against cosmetics tested on animals leads the way for other nations and the scientific community.
Israeli artist Nurit Bar-Shai creates abstract portraits using close-up images of petri dishes.
Thought the “Polar Vortex” was crazy? Israel has had some seriously freaky weather too, but that didn’t keep these people indoors.
Hollywood's new Warrior Princess hails from Israel.
Israel's first microbrewery, the Dancing Camel, was opened by a New Yorker who chased his beer-making dreams all the way to Israel.
EatWith connects tourists with local host families for a memorable dining experience.
Bike made of cardboard could help people in Third World countries find jobs.
The ReWalk, a set of 'bionic trousers,' enables paraplegics to stand, walk and climb stairs through motion sensors and an onboard computer system.
This Ethiopian Israeli is standing tall through it all.
In an attempt to discourage this unhealthy idealization, Israel pioneered a law against using ultra-skinny models.
Need help finding your match? These 3 new dating apps can help.
Bar Refaeli hosted one of Israel's most popular game shows.
Silent discos are fun – and best of all, quiet! All you need is a playlist on your smartphone, headphones and friends.
Tel Aviv becomes first Israeli city to run an electric bus by replacing its eco-unfriendly public transportation fleet with battery-operated buses.