THE GRIM REAPER takes a moment from his busy global coronavirus schedule to read an ominous sign placed on the sidewalk in Habima Square in Tel Aviv by an environmental activist. (Anne Dubitzky)

The Jerusalem Post
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On Apr 5, 2020

THE GRIM REAPER takes a moment from his busy global coronavirus schedule to read an ominous sign placed on the sidewalk in Habima Square in Tel Aviv by an environmental activist. (Anne Dubitzky)

REPUTED TO be the first concrete building in Israel, this aging structure at the sources of the Yarkon has as many paying guests these days as many better equipped tourist accommodations across the country. (Zev Rothkoff)

WITH THE groundskeepers sidelined by the coronavirus, these plants in Netanya have decided to proactively begin doing the gardening work themselves.
(Bernard Olsburgh)

FLOWING FORTH in the North: Do you suppose that everyone knows when tourism goes below record lows, the water still flows? (Deborah Strauss)