The annual Israeli-Ethiopian Arts Festival will bring sunshine to a chilly Jerusalem; Guns 'n Roses are coming back; hit Israeli TV series “Fauda” will soon be available for streaming on Netflix, and much more.

The co-creator of Friends, Marta Kauffman, is turning hit Israeli TV drama series 'Shtisel', into 'Emmis' and setting it in Brooklyn, USA; The Social and Environmental Hub at the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens is unique, and much more.

Israeli basketball fans danced with former New York Knicks forward Amar’e Stoudemire during a practice open to the public; The annual Tamar Festival (Oct 17-20) near the Dead Sea is one of Israel’s largest music festivals, and much more.

The Pirate Kings mobile game from Israel’s Jelly Button Games is now one of the most popular smartphone games; Morrissey, the former front man for British rockers “The Smiths” was in fine form at the sold-out Bronfman Auditorium in Tel Aviv, and much more.

Tourists can go from Israel’s holy sites through to experiencing floating in the Dead Sea, skiing, Tel Aviv, wineries, bars, hiking, the desert, the beaches, Masada and so much more; Israeli Judoka Olympic bronze medalist Yarden Gerbi auctioned her signed Olympic uniform nametag, and much more.

From Biblical times until today, the Judean Hills near Jerusalem has been the home of some of the region's finest vineyards; Despite BDS pressure, singer and guitarist Carlos Santana is looking forward to his Tel Aviv concert on 30th July, and much more.

It’s now official – Beyoncé will be performing in Tel Aviv on October 26 at Tel Aviv’s HaYarkon Park; What do Beyoncé and Lady Gaga have in common? Both of them wear Israeli-designed fashion!, and much more.

The first visit to Israel of the rock band Queen will be on Sep 12 at Tel Aviv’s Park Hayarkon; In a rare event, what is believed to be a 10-meter baby fin whale has been spotted just 20 meters off the Israeli coast near Caesarea, and much more.

The beautiful show that conquered Europe and USA is coming to Israel for the 1st time; Verdi’s Rigoletto is being staged at the grand Sultan’s Pool, against the backdrop of Jerusalem’s iconic Old City walls, and much more.

Superstar Elton John rocked 40,000 ecstatic fans at Tel Aviv’s Yarkon Park; Or Sinai, graduate of the Sam Spiegel Film and Television School in Jerusalem, won first place in the student short film category in Cannes for her short film “Anna”, and much more.

The BBC is broadcasting “The A-Word” – a drama about a family with an autistic son - after buying the format from Israel’s Keshet International, and Israel attracts about 500 million birds annually, prompting the government to feed 8 tons of corn to thousands of cranes every day.

Eilat - Israel’s most southern spot – provided the perfect venue for the RS:X World Windsurfing Championships and RS:X Under 21 Windsurfing Championships, and Israeli concept artist Eyal Gever is working with NASA to produce a digital representation of a human laugh.

Coldplay’s “Hymn for the weekend”, starring Beyonce, was filmed in Mumbai. The design, animation and additional visual elements were done in Israel, and one of this year’s most talked about gowns is an Israeli-designed dress worn by Beyoncé., the Tel Aviv-based do-it-yourself website development company broadcast a stunning commercial featuring Kung Fu Panda during the Super Bowl, and Megadeth will perform in Israel in July.

Australian psychedelic/indie-rock band, Tame Impala will be heading to Tel Aviv for their first ever Israeli concert, and the Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Israel’s national school of art, was established on 16th Jan 1906 with just thirty European art students.

US legendary singer, composer, actor and TV star Pat Boone will perform at Tel Aviv’s Mann Auditorium on March 1, 2016, and Chris Norman, legendary front man of the British rock band Smokie, is to perform at the Mann Auditorium on March 30th.

The northern port city of Acre/Akko once served as the last stronghold of the crusaders in the Holy Land 1,000 years ago, and a unique event took place at Zedekiah’s Cave in Jerusalem where Israeli pianist Gil Shohat and singer Nurit Galron played the melodies of Chopin.