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The glassblower spun the hot clear glass at the end of the rod over colorful shards sitting in a small bowl.  As the glowing cup picked up the pieces, they began to melt back into the whole, becoming one. At the end of the lesson...

Tzfat Jewelry Jewelry shopping in Tzfat is unlike any other place. If you love one of a kind pieces made by real artists, the kind that obsess over each piece until it's perfect, you will fall in love with the jewelers of Tzfat. Some artists...

Yom Revi'i Recipe | Challah Today marks the first installment of Yom Revi’i Recipe Day, where each Wednesday we will post a recipe from the Livnot kitchen. With Passover behind us now, it seems fitting to start off with a recipe for challah. This is a...

The Role of Song & Dance Walking around Tzfat any given day it is easy to stumble upon a group of people singing and dancing. In fact, it's almost impossible not to. One of the first things we did when I arrived in Tzfat with...

Whether or not you're familiar with Kabbalah, David Friedman's work will inspire you to learn more. His colorful and mystical paintings pull you in and invoke curiosities. Friedman was raised in a modern orthodox home in Denver Co. He studied at the Rhode island school...

Sheva Chaya Shaiman is a vibrant and expressive watercolor artist and glassblower living in the Artist Colony of the Old City in Tzfat.  Her work is joyfully colorful and evokes imagery inspired by living in the Land of Israel, the Torah and Kabbalah, Jewish...