Lifestyle - Page 50

Return of the champions

See photos of the Maccabi Tel Aviv basketball team coming home to the adulation of their fans after winning the Euroleague Final Four championship.

Tel Aviv team wins European basketball tournament

Maccabi Tel Aviv team celebrates their victory after their Euroleague 2014 Gold medal Final Four basketball game.

Dream of a tuition-free, global university comes true

A tuition-free university, the University of the People lets the world's poorest people earn college degrees.

Airline launches toe-tapping in-flight safety video

The in-flight safety video for El Al, Israel's national carrier, is the latest in a wave of funny in-flight safety videos designed to entertain passengers.

Amar'e Stoudemire to relocate to Israel in 2015?

New York Knicks power forward contemplates a future overseas.

Israeli Mixed Martial Arts fighter makes his debut

Noad Lahat talks about how his home country inspires his sport.

10 of the world's coolest hotels

Cozy up in a hotel made of glass, up in a tree or under the sea.

Tommy Hilfiger expands international empire, debuts store in Tel Aviv

American fashion icon Tommy Hilfiger visited Tel Aviv last Wednesday to celebrate the opening of his new retail store in Israel.

3 reasons why you’ll love voluntouring

Voluntourism lets you give back by helping children receive medical treatment, saving endangered wildlife or working on a farm.

Israel becomes first country to ban 'revenge porn'

Posting graphic pictures of people without their permission could be punishable by jail time.

App developer starts movement to unplug from our machines

A nonprofit social project was designed to raise awareness of our digital dependence.

Archaeologists discover wine cellar that dates back nearly four millennia

Found near ancient banquet hall, wine stash equivalent to 3,000 bottles.

Israel sets global example in animal welfare

Legislation against cosmetics tested on animals leads the way for other nations and the scientific community.

8 awesome photos from Israel's rare snow day

Thought the “Polar Vortex” was crazy? Israel has had some seriously freaky weather too, but that didn’t keep these people indoors.

Brooklyn accountant opens Israel's first microbrewery

Israel's first microbrewery, the Dancing Camel, was opened by a New Yorker who chased his beer-making dreams all the way to Israel.