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Tel Aviv Opening Cultural Center to Southern Residents

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6:08 PM Tel Aviv mayor, Ron Huldai announces that Tel Aviv is opening its cultural centers to residents of the South, free of charge, including the Camari Theatre, HaBima, Beit Lessin, and many others.

After Rishon L’Tzion, looks like they might need to open their bomb shelters too, in the near future.

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