Lifestyle - Page 53

Retired city bus converted into tiny living space

A bus gets a second life in Israel, where two women with a flair for the creative transformed it into a unique mobile home.

Successful Tel Aviv coach leaving to fulfill NBA dream

David Blatt eyeing jobs in Cleveland, California, Minnesota and Atlanta.

List of new global 'it' cities holds some surprises

These global 'it' cities that you might want to call home include some unexpected cities where the luxury real estate market is on the rise.

Travel app lets you send digital postcards to friends and family

A private travel app, Intimate City lets users share their travel experience with a select group, while getting information about the places they visit.

Countries bid to host games in 2020 Euro soccer tournament

Soccer's 2020 European Championship is still six years away, but countries are lining up and bidding to host games in the highly-anticipated tournament.

Volunteers around the globe join in a day of giving back

International Good Deeds Day encourages everyone around the globe to lend a helping hand.

Diving in for a cause: Women swim miles in charity event

Swim4Sadna is an annual swim-a-thon event to raise funds for educational programs for special-needs kids. See photos and tweets from Swim4Sadna 2014.

Tel Aviv tournament added to 2014 ATP World Tour

The ATP World Tour will feature a tournament in Israel this year, for the first time since 1996.

9 new world records to set your sights on surpassing

Want to set some Guinness world records? Now's your chance. These 9 new, unique Guinness world records are the perfect challenge for thrill-seekers.

Meeting Minnie Mouse on the runway is a dream come true

The Make a Wish Foundation granted wishes for children during Tel Aviv Fashion Week. See how the Make a Wish Foundation brought Minnie Mouse on the runway.

Out of retirement, into the championship

Power forward David Blu came out of retirement to help the underdogs Maccabi Tel Aviv win the Final Four.

Tel Aviv's Café Tamar is the restaurant that stopped time

The Israeli restaurant Café Tamar has been around since the 1940s, and nothing about it has changed – not even the price of beer.

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.