"Google-owned traffic app Waze is beta-testing a new ride-share initiative in its home city of Tel Aviv. The new app is called RideWith and connects commuters going to work with Waze users traveling along the same routes. Drivers are then compensated for the cost of their ride through the RideWith app."
This week crosses lines of appropriateness in my opinion.
This interview will be worth the wait.
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If you can’t sleep, medications are not the best solution.
Seeking to ease U.S.-Israeli tensions, Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday promised Israel delivery of top-flight fighter jets next year to maintain itsread more
“If I really thought I was famous, I would go and top myself,” the soulful British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse says in a media interview in Asif Kapadia’s acclaimed new documentary, “Amy,” which opens in theaters on July 3.
NGOs disagree on the facts on the ground and on what the future should look like.
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Etgar Keret is an Israeli writer with an international readership.
Appearing in a live storytelling show called “Afterbirth” some eight years ago, a few months after giving birth to her daughter, Johanna Stein donned a hands-free pumping bra (over her clothes) to tell funny stories about her breastfeeding experiences.
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