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.
By: Michael Ordman
CULTURE, ENTERTAINMENT & SPORT
A taste of Israeli wines from the Judean hills
From Biblical times until today, the Judean Hills near Jerusalem has been the home of some of the region’s finest vineyards. The owners of the Castel Winery, Mony Winery and Zion Winery have unique stories to tell.
Carlos Santana donates concert proceeds
Despite BDS pressure, singer and guitarist Carlos Santana is looking forward to his Tel Aviv concert on 30th July. He has even donated his proceeds to the Israel charity Hand In Hand, an organization that brings together thousands of Jews and Arabs in 6 schools throughout Israel.
Morrissey to perform in Israel
Having performed in Israel in 2008 and 2012, legendary British singer Morrissey is once again returning to the Holy Land, for two concerts on August 22 at Tel Aviv’s Mann Auditorium and August 24 at the Caesarea Amphitheater.
Tal Ramon, second son of Israel’s first astronaut Ilan Ramon, has just released his first album, “Character” (Dmut in Hebrew). He was inspired to take up music thanks to his father Ilan, the son of a piano teacher who survived Auschwitz, and in 1974 spent his entire first paycheck on a Steinway piano.
White Night Tel Aviv
Here is a montage of the huge number of all-night events that took place on Jun 30th.
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Source: United with Israel