ERETZ Unplugged

ERETZ Editors’ blog

0 The Art of Framing

In a city where most art venues are stark, white cubes designed to focus all attention on the works of art, the Meitsag Gallery stands out. Established by Tali and Kuti Navon in 1989, Meitsag is a frame-making and art space where a surprising variety of paintings, photographs, mirrors, and…

0 US Secretary of State John Kerry Declaration

ERETZ Magazine is honored to know that ERETZ Publisher and Editor in Chief Yadin Roman had such a profound impact on US Secretary of State John Kerry’s understanding of Israel. At the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee’s 100th Anniversary Celebration in Washington DC on December 9, 2013, US Secretary of…

0 Troglodyte Tribulations

Since the beginning of time cave dwelling has been a way of life in the South Hebron Mountains, the area bordering on the Negev desert to its south and the Judean Desert to the east. It is an area of marginal rainfall and difficult soil, an area where the years…

0 The Masada Dig Anniversary

At six in the morning, October 13, 1963, in the 10-months-old town of Arad, overlooking the Judean Desert, a stream of volunteers began to assemble. “They arrived by bus, or hitchhiked, with rucksacks, suitcases, banjos and typewriters, in shorts, jeans, slacks, and skirts”, wrote Jerusalem Post reporter Daniel Gavron who…

0 Trekking the Sea of Galilee

One of the most exciting hiking paths is now almost complete and open to the public: the 35-mile Sea of Galilee Trail, which goes around the Sea of Galilee, passing through some of the most significant historic and spiritual landscapes in the Holy Land on the way. A decade ago,…