Bar Refaeli recently made news when she lamented her single status. Everything she said in the interview with Yedioth Ahronot, as related by the Daily News, made her seem not only super relatable, but also shockingly attainable.
Some good news for all of you single guys out there: You can finally get rid of that JDate subscription because we have the perfect girl for you. Bar Refaeli is on the market, and she’s ready for a relationship. She told the Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronot herself, the Daily News reports.
Bar Refaeli is getting heat again -- this time for a picture showing the Israeli model in a Santa suit.
In the ever-unwinnable image war, maybe what Israel needs is a Cover Girl.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell visited Bethlehem in honor of her birthday.
Ethiopian immigrants to Israel held model seders in absorption centers throughout the country in preparation for their first Passover in Israel.
Israel's Knesset approved a new law that would ban the use of underweight models in advertising.
She may not be the 2012 cover girl, but Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli is back in this year's edition of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue.
Mixing punk rock and opera may be about as heretical as it gets, yet that is precisely what Julien Nitzberg, librettist and lyricist of "The Beastly Bombing," has done.
Briefs courtesy of Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Are there any women who were born with perfect bodies who are completely satisfied with those bodies? Women who only eat when they're hungry and stop when they're full? Who don't save up calories for a really big meal? Or go on juice fast days and cabbage soup diets or count calories or carbs or fats or oils or cholesterol or sodium?
If you're planning a visit to Jerusalem, it's a must to visit the model of the Second Temple at the Holyland Hotel in Bayit Vegan. Occupying one-quarter of an acre and at a scale of 1:50, the model is an impressive sight.
But if you can't make it to the Holy Land anytime soon, then the Scottish Rite Auditorium in Midtown Los Angeles offers the next best thing. Tucked away on the second floor in a self-contained room stands a replica of the Second Temple, painstakingly built on a 1:100 scale by Jerusalem artist Rabbi Shalom Ifergan.