The Israeli band Devek plays a humoristic song that hasn't entered any album yet. Recorded in Cafe Bialik, Tel Aviv.
*******JewintheCity**** Mayim Bialik guest stars on a very special Jew in the City and wants to know: Are Orthodox Jews sexist? Find out now. Shot and edited by Elliot Gabor: www.egproductions.tv
Two of the female stars of the popular comedy
We sign off from our 2007 season with Birthday wishes to Frank Sinatra, Bob Barker and Mayim Bialik. Thanks for watching, we'll be back January 7, 2008. Happy Holidays to all.
Nadav Bosem and Ayelet Robinson in a satiric song about the recent war, and other stuff (Hebrew). Recorded in a show in Cafe Bialik, Tel Aviv.
She first entered your living room as a teenager with her floppy flower hat and amazing dance moves, on the hit series Blossom. Mayim Bialik is here talking about her long lasting career as an actress and what it is like raising kids her own way.
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Will they ever win another game? That’s the question Cleveland Cavalier players, fans, and coaches are wondering.
Saturday, the team lost its 24th game in a row, earning the team a spot in NBA history with the longest ever losing streak for a single season. (Video from KPIX)
We’re following news analysis from KPIX, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, SB Nation, The Wall Street Journal, and WEWS.
Saturday night, KPIX out of San Francisco found similarities between the Cav’s losing streak and funnyman Will Farrell.
Anchor: “To say the Cleveland Cavaliers have struggled since Lebron took his talents to South Beach would be an understatement. Last night, they tied a record with their 23rd straight loss.”
Will Farrell: “We’re going streaking.”
Then they lost again Saturday! John Bena puts in his two cents in SB Nation- saying there’s no end in sight for the struggling team.
“The Cavaliers will play a ton of games at home [in the future], but with opponents like the Los Angeles Lakers coming to town, there seems to be no end in sight.”
The Wall Street Journal’s Carl Bialik says- it’s pretty obvious why the team is so down-and-out. It all stems back to a “decision”- a very big decision one former player made in July. (Video from ESPN)
“While Cleveland has lost some players to injury, their biggest loss was [Lebron] James in the off season...This is merely a quick-and-dirty analysis, but...it shows that a superstar is very hard to replace...”
Finally- there are some back in northeastern Ohio who can’t help but to laugh at the situation.
That’s what happened on “Good Morning Cleveland,” when the team had lost 18 in a row.
“Usually if you look ahead of the schedule, you can say where's the easy part of the schedule? But when you're the worst team in the league, you're the easy part of the schedule.
So hard to believe, this time last year, we we're one of the best, so it’s hard, but we're still cheering for them. Go guys. 18 in a row.”
Any way you look at it, the Cavaliers need just two more wins to avoid the title as worst team in NBA history. That record stands with the 1972-73 Philadelphia 76ers. The Cavs last win was on December 18th.
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Everyone’s favorite four-legged friend Zeus (voiced by Joey Lawrence) and the Bannisters are back in The Dog Who Saved Halloween, an all-new adventure jam-packed with family-friendly thrills and chills! When George, Belinda and their kids Kara and Ben Bannister move into a new house – just in time for Halloween! – everything seems to be fine…until they notice eerie glowing lights and strange sounds coming from their neighbor’s house where creepy Mr. Cole (Lance Henriksen) lives with his protective pooch Medusa (voiced by Mayim Bialik). When a black cat suddenly goes missing, George Bannister (Gary Valentine) insists on investigating the matter himself – and ultimately enlists an odd yet familiar pair (Dean Cain, Joey Diaz) to help. But after the trio and Belinda Bannister (Elisa Donovan) get trapped inside the spooky house, it’s once again up to Zeus to save the day!
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Tel Aviv have a few nicknames namely “The White City”, “The City That Never Sleeps” and “The Big Orange”. The city is a top tourist city in Israel and is also the second largest city in Israel. Tel Aviv’s real name is Tel Aviv-Yavo due to the fact that the city absorbed the port of Yavo due to Tel Aviv’s growth. Ranked as the ninth best beach city by National Geographic it is no wonder why so many tourists visit Tel Aviv to enjoy its many beautiful beaches. Tel Aviv has also been ranked as the third best city in the Middle East and Africa (behind Cape Town and Jerusalem) and the “hottest city for 2011”. In many surveys the city has been ranked as one of the best LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender) destinations in the world.
What to see
• Tel Aviv Museum of Art
• Hayarkon Park
• Tel Aviv Cinematheque
• Charles Clore Park
• Meir Park
• Dubnow Park
• Suzanne Dellal Center for Dance and Theatre
• Great Synagogue
• Elco Tower
• Gan Yaakov (Jacob’s Garden)
• Rabin Square
• Immanuel Church
• Pagoda House
• Herta and Paul Amir Building
• Bloomfield Stadium
• Old Jaffa
• Azriely Lookout
• Dizengoff Centre
• Rothschild Boulevard
• Neve Tzedek
• Joshua Gardens
• Tel Aviv Museum of Art
• Bialik Square
• Gutman Art Museum
What to do
• Eilat Bird Festival
• Festival of Chamber Music in Eilat
• Zorba the Buddha Festival
• Jazz, Wine and Sea Food Festival for Passover
• Ako Festival
• Aviv Israeli Festival
• International Tiberias Marathon
• Khutzot Hayotzer Arts and Crafts Fair
• Jaffa Nights