Vintage & Secondhand Clothing Stores in Jerusalem

I am really excited about this post. It might even be years in the making. I have been shopping in secondhand and vintage stores for at least 15 years, and my best wardrobe pieces and shoes are definitely high quality, secondhand picks from shops and markets from around the world, and here in Israel. Of …

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July and August afternoon activities for children in Jerusalem’s gardens

This will be my third year taking the kids to "Meeting in the Garden", where the Community Council "Ginot Ha Ir" sponsors activities on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday afternoons, at 5pm, throughout July and August. They take place in public gardens in Katamon, the Germany Colony, Rehavia, Talbiya, Yemin Moshe, Kiryat Shmuel and Nayot. I love …

Glass Recycling has arrived to Jerusalem Neighborhoods

It is finally here!  Thanks to Tamir Recycling and the Jerusalem Municipality, glass recycling stations are now spotting up around Jerusalem. I spotted my first this past Sunday on HaPalmach Street in Katamon, on the corner of Nili Street, next to the Co-Op Supermarket and Anise Teva store. *Please comment on the blog post with …

Urban Sustainability in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. Events, workshops, & lectures. April-May 2018.

Happy Spring from a blooming Jerusalem. 🌺 If you haven't already seen the signs coming up around the city, during the months of April and May 2018 a variety of environmental, cultural and urban nature organizations have organized various events, workshops, lectures, courses, conferences and tours around the theme of urban sustainability in Jerusalem. Check out the …

The History of Recycling in Jerusalem and Looking Ahead. A Talk with Amanda Lind of SPNI (The Society for the Protection of Nature in Israel).

(*Update on May 17, 2018. Glass Recycling in now in Jerusalem neighborhoods.) A few months ago, I wrote a short blog post on my efforts to incorporate recycling into our home. And involving our kids in the process. (Well, only Ovadia (4) for now...) When sharing the blog post in a few different facebook groups, …

“Loved Clothes Last”. An Online Magazine Focusing on Waste, Mass Consumption and Recycling in the Fashion Industry.

https://issuu.com/fashionrevolution/docs/fr_zine2_rgb (Above isFashion Revolution's 2nd "Fanzine" called "Loved Clothes Last") I have been followingFashion Revolution'sInstagram for at least a year now. They are an extremely useful resource and global movement for everything that has to do with mass consumption and excess in the global fashion industry, and the steps some big fashion houses and organizations …

Visiting Bethlehem, Ramallah and Jericho through an Art Lens

https://youtu.be/fHEWcRaB93I   In light of what is now taking place around the current and future status of Jerusalem, and the uncertainty in the air, I truly hope that all the wonderful initiatives that have been taking place in recent years to connect all the cultures that live here will continue strong. I am very grateful …