Bar Kochba Revolt era hiding complex revealed near Sea of Galilee

The most extensive hiding complex discovered to date in the Galilee has been excavated in an archaeological excavation carried out by the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) at the site of Huqoq (Hukkok) – an ancient Jewish village 12.5 km. north of Tiberias. The area is mentioned in the Book of Joshua (Joshua 19:34) and […]

Rare 2,550-year-old silver coin from Persian era uncovered in J’lem area

An extremely rare silver coin that was minted outside the Land of Israel during the Persian Period – within a few centuries of the biblical story of Queen Esther and King Ahasuerus in the 6th–5th centuries BCE – has been discovered by an archaeologist during an Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) excavation in the Judean […]

David Chang’s Latest Momofuku Closure Marks the End of an Era

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Do you remember the 2010s? You were obsessed with going to speakeasies, you still loved updating your Facebook status, and David Chang was the hottest chef in town—make that the world. That highly specific era of renegade chef-driven restaurant culture is very much over, as made clear on October 24, when Chang revealed that he […]