We’ve seen Jerusalem depicted so many different ways over the centuries, in paintings and mosaics, in songs, in poetry, in photography, in films, you name it. But you have for sure never seen what Jerusalem looks like as seen from an action camera attached to a hula hoop. Until now. Enjoy this dizzying romp through […]

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Officially known as “The Day of Remembrance for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terrorism,” Yom Hazikaron is Israel’s official remembrance day. Traditionally dedicated to Israel’s fallen soldiers , commemoration has also been extended to civilian victims of terror. I shot this at 11 am at Mahane Yehuda where people mostly […]

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During the day, Machaneh Yehuda is a large and otherwise modest vegetable market, but for the last few years it has become the premiere entertainment hub of Jerusalem. And on Purim it has become the place to be – featuring a street party that is both massive and wild! This was the scene at last […]

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Follow Nachlaot fixture Chana Mason through Jerusalem as she sings and slams her way into the depths of doubt that erode our connection to the divine and to our most radiant selves. Note: Observant men who do not wish to hear female vocals should abstain from this slam! You can learn more about Chana at […]

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Remember a while back we told you about Jerusalem Yemenite Funk band Bint El Funk and their attempt at crowdfunding their next album? Well, apparently some people donated some shekels and we have the first result of that effort – a bedouin folk song called Umak. See? Crowdfunding really does work! Anyhow, […]

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Funk’n’stein is Israel’s go-to old school funk band. Their shows are as fun as their music is funky, and since their music is plenty funky, you can just imagine how awesome the shows are. So if you find yourself in Jerusalem on the 20th of January, they will be playing at a venue called Even […]

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Bint El Funk are a Jerusalem-based Israeli band/collective that performs in Arabic, Hebrew and English. They had a gig last night at Even Juke as part of the IndieCity Festival. The Festival was postponed because of rain but luckily Bint El Funk’s show wasn’t because, you know, indoors venue. Yay! Sorry […]

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It’s been raining in Jerusalem all day. Any rain in Israel is a good thing given how we’re usually this parched miss in the middle of the desert. It’s doubly good today because we’vr been hit by yet another dust storm – the kind where this fine sand gets into EVERY. THING. EVERYWHERE. The rain […]

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Indie City does two things, and they do them well. First they produce video clips of Israeli indie artists performing in random places in Jerusalem. This allows them to highlight both Jerusalem’s diverse city scape and Israel’s broad pool of musical talent. Then they also run an annual music festival where many of the same […]

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Ziv Barashi is a Jerusalem-based singer-songwriter. Running Home, produced by Bruno Grife is her first music video. Like it? You’ll be able to see Ziv live at Mazkeka Bar on November 9. What’s the show going to be like? Ziv describes it as such “…my solo show … incorporates my […]

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