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Celebrate the New Year for trees at Communal dinners and parties tonight

Celebrate Tu B’Shevat in style with a variety of exciting events tonight. Our favourite international community Kerem House host a fruit and wine-filled Tu B’Shevat Seder filled with great company (join Kerem House’s WhatsApp Group to keep up-to-date with all their events). Other notable celebrations include the Tel Aviv International Synagogue, Noah’s Ark Studio, and JTLV’s party at Capella. Tomorrow night (Monday) Teder celebrate with a concert from The Crotches!


Tonight: Protest for more female representation in the government

Despite years of progress towards gender equality, a mere 14% of the coalition’s 65 Members of Knesset (MKs) are women, with even fewer holding senior government positions. This is a major setback for women’s rights and issues. Join us tonight at Habima as we raise our voices and demand change. Women from all political backgrounds, ethnicities, religions, and communities are invited to participate, as are men who support our cause. More details on the Secret Tel Aviv website.


Another amazing week for concerts, starting with Ice Hokku tonight at Kuli

This week we are hopping between Kuli and the Barby for amazing concerts. Tonight don’t miss Israeli Indie pop duo Ice Hokku’s free show at Kuli, followed by Kutiman’s album celebration tomorrow at the Barby. On Tuesday, enjoy the sounds of Middle Eastern funk band Sababa 5 at Kuli; and the rest of the week at the Barby with performances by Israeli rapper Teddy Neguse (Wednesday), Assaf Amdursky and the Red Axes (Thursday), and Jasmin Moallem (Friday). Additionally, the Winter Festival at Heichal HaTarbut at Habima starts on Wednesday, featuring four days of must-see concerts. Find more top concerts on the Secret Tel Aviv website.


Sign up for Secret Tel Aviv Date Night online speed dating next Monday

Discover the perfect Valentine’s Day date with Secret Tel Aviv’s special online speed dating event on February 13th. With this unique opportunity to meet new people, you might just find your special someone. This event is free of charge and has received rave reviews from past participants. Don’t miss out – check out the event on Facebook and sign up today! Looking for more fun ideas for Valentine’s Day? Check out our Valentines Guide!


We’ve updated our Guide to Tel Aviv’s best restaurants – what do you think?

Discover the finest dining destinations in Tel Aviv with our recently updated Best Restaurants in Tel Aviv Guide! From gourmet establishments to Asian delights, we have curated recommendations to suit all tastes. Embark on a culinary journey through Tel Aviv and check out our Guide to Tel Aviv’s Best Restaurants now! Picture above from our number 1 restaurant OCD.


Get inspired by some of Tel Aviv’s most creative storytellers

Get ready for the 23rd Edition of Pecha Kucha Tel Aviv, taking place in Heichal HaTarbut (Habima) with two shows tomorrow (Monday) and two more on Tuesday. Originally from Tokyo, Pecha Kucha brings the most innovative and fascinating individuals from Tel Aviv to the stage. Each of the ten presenters has 6 minutes and 40 seconds to showcase 20 slides, offering a glimpse into their creative worlds. This year’s lineup includes an animator, a bio-artist, a one-man orchestra, and a food waste activist. Unfortunately, tickets are sold out, but you may be able to find second-hand tickets on Facebook. More details and more cultural events on the Secret Tel Aviv website.


Most exciting exhibition of the year

Hurry! Limited tickets remain for the upcoming Imperial Hotel Wonderland pop-up exhibition at the Imperial Hotel on Hayarkon 66. Starting Thursday and running until March 4th, the hotel’s 37 rooms have been transformed into a magical immersive wonderland by 50 talented artists from various fields such as visual art, sound, graffiti and street art, video art, animation, scenery and installations, curated by the amazing Yaara Sachs. More details and more cultural events on the Secret Tel Aviv website.


Art and Culinary festival on the streets of Old Jaffa

This Thursday and Friday take an immersive journey through the rejuvenated streets of Old Jaffa. Explore the vibrant culture and art scene through a special wandering festival, showcasing the new and emerging community of artists. Highlights include a tour of the newly opened Shalosh gallery, open studio sessions with local artists, live music performances, and tantalizing food tastings from the Alma Deli and Kalamata Cafe. More details and more events on the Secret Tel Aviv website.


Huge show at Hangar 11 on Thursday

Get ready for an unforgettable night as Infected Mushroom, the renowned psychedelic trance and EDM duo from Israel, return to Tel Aviv on Thursday for a massive 3-hour live band and DJ show at Hangar 11. Celebrated for their innovative style that blends trance, psychedelic, and bass music, Infected Mushroom has amassed a huge following and garnered critical acclaim globally. This show is set to be a truly electrifying experience, made even more special with the addition of surprise special guests. More details and more concerts on the Secret Tel Aviv website.


Top Italian DJ Duo are lighting up Tel Aviv at Expo TLV on Thursday

Known for their eclectic style that combines elements of house, techno, and pop music, and for their high-energy live performances, Gioli and Assia are performing in Israel for the first time at Expo TLV on Thursday! They are also going to be joined by German DJs Ame for a night to remember. More details and more parties on the Secret Tel Aviv website.


Join Plastic Free Israel next Friday to tidy the beaches

The amazing Plastic Free Israel return with a beach cleanup on Friday morning as part of the Global Nurdle Hunt. They’ll be searching for “nurdles”, tiny raw materials used in plastic production that can be mistaken as food by wildlife and wash up on beaches. Their count will add to the global database of nurdle pollution. Whether you’re searching for tiny nurdles or collecting larger debris, all trash-picking is welcome. Stay informed on PFI’s cleanups by joining their WhatsApp group.


We’ve added over 100 new jobs in the last week

We’ve added over 100 new jobs to the Secret Tel Aviv Jobs Board over the last of week. Some of our favourites include: Better Impression are looking for a Content Manager, Zencity are looking for a Survey Research Analyst, Incredibuild are looking for an SDR Manager, and Revuze are looking for an SDR! There are also lots of great jobs in hotels and restaurants: new boutique hotel Elkonin are still looking for waiters and hosts for their restaurant and Bicicletta are looking for a cook. For more top jobs check out the Secret Tel Aviv Jobs Board. For inspiration check out our Guide to the Best Companies in Israel. It’s also a great time to study: Study in English in Israel at Tel Aviv University International and learn to code with Developers Institute!


What’s been going on in the Best Community on Facebook!

It’s been another amazing month in Secret Tel Aviv. Here are some of our favourite posts:

Humans of Secret Tel Aviv: There are so many amazing people and stories in Secret Tel Aviv. Shir helped Fadi find a job (the CEO of Israel Railways even reached out to him after this post!), Rossy from Venezuela is looking for a job for her dad, Daniel from Sweden is looking for work, and Raz found help for a person in need. There were also great stories from Elli being stalked by Matti Caspi, Fla spotted Sting on Allenby (hilarious comments), and Nofar started a dating thread.

Protests about judicial reform have been in focus this month, and the community has been taking part – Aviram and Alon shared some great pics from Habima, Eliran captured some pics from around town, Henri caught the hitech protest, and Sagi had a well thought out solution to the problem.

Around town: Balcony collapsed on Hayarkon, car swallowed by sink hole, we’ve had crazy storms, this guy tied his car to a lamp-post, Knafeh Shenkin had a great advertising campaign, another lost credit card, Israeli Marketing 101, check out this brave builder, this delivery guy covers all his bases, and we love these three stories dating stories from Sara, Oz, and Shani!

Inspiring entrepreneurs: Oleh Nick offers sailing classes, Lior can help women around the house, Alina is a hairdresser from Ukraine with 18 years experience, Ben is an amazing artist, Rinat has a new book, Lee is selling beautiful bongs, and if you’re looking for parking check out Roy’s post about Pumba (they’re also our group sponsor – download their app!). Thanks everyone for sharing!


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