Israeli daylight saving time is ending early on Sunday, 26 October 2014, and (as long as you don’t have kids) you get an hour of extra sleep.
Radio stations in each region will be running silent broadcasts that will only be interrupted in case of a siren over Shabbat.
As Passover approaches, No Fryers brings to your attention two articles for the season: Sell Your Chametz Online and Poison Control urges care during Passover prep.
“Summer time” is here, and so too it is time to change our clocks and “spring forward.”
Don’t get a ticket! As of 1 November 2013, it is mandatory to use your headlights at all times on inter-city roads in Israel.
Israeli daylight saving time is ending. If you changed your smartphone settings, it will soon be time to switch back.