Jessica Steinberg, The Times of Israel

Jessica Steinberg

The Times of Israel

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Recent articles by Jessica:

Mayim Bialik, Max Greenfield tell of shofar blowing on 'Late Late Show'

The two actors explain the role of the ram's horn in the Rosh Hashanah service to James Corden: 'The most exciting part of the Jewish culture' → Read More

Jerusalem film school lab, Netflix single out 2 promising TV scripts

Scripts of legal dramas in Israeli court system and Arab LGBTQ families win prizes given in partnership with Paramount's VIS Social Impact studio → Read More

In Ramle, copper art and a canoe ride reveal a complicated past and present

From market to mosque to underground melodies, a rich history mingles with the complexities of the modern mixed Jewish-Arab city → Read More

Jerusalem Theater gets its own beach for Israel Festival opera

Jerusalemites flock to Lithuanian beachside libretto 'Sun & Sea' about holidaymakers' concerns both mundane and deep, as well as the overarching threat of climate change → Read More

'Cinema Sabaya' is Israel's Oscar contender after sweeping Ophir awards

Film about Arab and Jewish women will represent country at international contest; other winners include Sasson Gabbay for 'Karaoke' and 'Savoy,' which portrays 1975 terror attack → Read More

Counting Crows' Adam Duritz vows to return after 1st-ever Israel show

'We gotta go, we will be back,' says lead singer after nearly two-hour performance to full crowd → Read More

Food trucks are driving Israel's latest restaurant trend

With burgers, taco bowls and artisanal pizzas, Israeli chefs and entrepreneurs are serving up dinner (and lunch) al fresco → Read More

Play about abused women still resonates after 25 years

Actress and playwright Naomi Ackerman brings 'Flowers Aren't Enough' to local Jerusalem performance → Read More

Counting Crows frontman calls Israel ‘a heady liquor’ for Jews

Founding member and lead singer of rock band performing in Ra'anana on Wednesday says he has longed to play Israel for decades → Read More

‘Love and respect’ as Elbaz exhibit opens in Holon a year post-death

The Moroccan-born, Israel-raised designer who died in 2021 at 59 is feted by friends, family and colleagues → Read More

Semi-autobiographical Spielberg movie get 1st trailer

'The Fabelmans,' set for a November release, is about a young aspiring filmmaker and his family → Read More

Luxury glassmaker Lalique opens door to Israeli-designed mezuzahs

Russian-born architect Irma Orenstein creates rounded case for Jewish religious object, inspired by childhood dreams of 'golden dunes of the land of camels' → Read More

Jerusalem studios, galleries open doors in annual contemporary art festival Manofim

The 14th year of the locally created art event brings transforms city into a gallery with events taking place roofs and in studios, galleries and gardens throughout the capital → Read More

Filmmakers trade jabs over so-called 'settler film fund'

Israel's top directors and actors come out strongly against West Bank-based film organization created by former culture minister Miri Regev → Read More

Tel Aviv shows its love for art with weekend of free events

'Love Art, Make Art' celebrates 20 years with tours, workshops, activities and performances → Read More

Experimental theater group lets audience interact with strangers at Israel Fest

Patrons become performers in 'A Thousand Ways,' with structured phone calls and meetings that form three-part work → Read More

Yes Studios greenlights a dramedy for 2nd season, sends another for UK adaptation

Unlikely relationships between neighbors and roommates' exes form basis for returning shows → Read More

Two local charities care for kids with sandwiches and school supplies

Nevet and International Fellowship of Christians and Jews aim to help students in need → Read More

Rocker Aviv Geffen changes his tune with West Bank concerts for ‘brother’ settlers

Once known as a voice of the political left linked to Rabin's legacy, singer reveals political shift with recent performances, for which he thanks right-wing minister Ayelet Shaked → Read More

Tech takes center stage as concert promoter turns to augmented reality in Tel Aviv

Carmi Wurtman tests out a 'missile and BDS-proof' idea for kids, with interactive screens and avatars operated by smart bracelets → Read More