Did you know the last supermoon of 2022 was named for a fish? Kosher or not kosher, the sturgeon is the largest fish found in the US.
The full moon over Yemin Moshe is always photo-worthy. However, this week I wished I had a better camera with me when I saw it rise in the sky.
President Herzog received new Ambassadors to Israel, the first of the day was from Viet Nam with his wife in traditional colorful outfits.
Then the new Ambassador from Germany presented his credentials.
In spite of recent controversies, German government officials receive a welcome in Israel second only to those of the US. The dinner for Andrea Merkel is one example, the ceremony celebrating 50 years of diplomatic relations, was another.
But seeing a German military official saluting along with IDF at the red carpet reception for the playing of Hatikvah was a stop and video moment.
Another one of those green bike path lanes runs outside of Beit Hanasi, the Israeli President’s residence. Only they start and stop and go nowhere.
Oh well, there were plenty of places to go now that Tisha B’Av is over.
The Takhana Rishona, First Station hosts musical entertainment.
One night advertised as Klezmer free concerts, young people were featured.
At the Jerusalem Theater, not only inside, but on the plaza out front music could be heard on Jerusalem streets.
Monday night Israeli dancing attracted a large enthusiastic group of participants, men, and women of various ages and styles.
Another August favorite is the Theater in the Rough Shakespeare productions. This year the Merchant of Venice has another seven performances in Bloomfield Park behind the King David Hotel.
The popular Jerusalem public space was shared by a loud party
and multiple family photoshoots on the night I attended.
As the audience moved along with the thespians,
dozens of families strolled on summer outings.
The Train Theater is ready for the week with a big opening tonight.
Gan Sacher, Sacher Park is back as a popular night spot for families.
I went by on my way to check out the Likud Primary voting situation at the Jerusalem Convention Center.
At 9:00 pm, the stated closing time, people were still arriving.
Campaigning was going strong outside in the crowded plaza.
And heading home, in Sacher Park people were still arriving to party.
There was much to celebrate, with or without sturgeon this past week in Jerusalem.
Come see The Real Jerusalem Streets for yourself.
7 thoughts on “Jerusalem Under the Sturgeon Moon”
Always great, thanks, Sharon
Very worthwhile as always.
Ruth, Thank you!
Thank you. Lots of fun, interesting programs and events.
That time of what to do first! Hope you can come soon to see.
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