Welcome to the Ponzi scheme.
An obsession and an abstraction.
Country music from the Negev.
Buried under “five metric tons of glass, car parts, a crazy amount of dirt, medical waste, lots of scorpions, and even beehives.”
Meet José Faur.
The few dozen who remain now live in secrecy.
How Yamma made Psalm 104 a runaway hit.
The real issue is the Ashkenazi-Sephardi divide.
The late Tunisian-Jewish intellectual wonders if he is a traitor.
Virtual visits to the synagogues of Damascus, Aleppo, and Tripoli.
The noted author and political thinker drops by our studio to talk about his other passion: Israeli music and the ways it has shaped the country.