You are in for a Tuesday treat... Almog Gabay is our Hunk of the Day, and there are ten more photos after the jump waiting for you!
He shared with OUT Magazine in October 2012 (original interview) his Tel Aviv "Must-Do" List:
Bauhaus Architecture: Tel Aviv is known as the "White City" because of the many Bauhaus buildings. Check out the Bauhaus walking tour, starting at the former City Hall located on Bialik Street.
Hilton Hotel Beach: Tel Aviv is a beach town, and the gay beach is located behind the Hilton Hotel. There's a beach bar as well, so you can stay well hydrated while you work on your tan.
Neve Tzedek: This bohemian neighborhood is one of the oldest parts of Tel Aviv, and it's filled with great little shops, cafés, and restaurants. You'll feel like you've stepped out of the city for a little while.
Gay Nightlife: Some of our best clubs include HaOman ("The Artist" in Hebrew), The Block, Lima Lima on a Monday night, and Drek.
I don't understand a lick of it, but I really dig the new single from Ivri Lider he announced on twitter moments ago. I had the great pleasure of doing an interview with Ivri Lider a few months ago -- it's great to hear what he's been so busy working on!
Give the track a listen, whether you understand Hebrew or not!
Lars Stephan has been widely known online for his self-portraits, but today we feature some of his efforts from behind the lens. Lars is traveling in Israel at the moment, where he shot these portraits of Gil.
Safe journeys, Lars -- and we always look forward to seeing more of your work.
Israeli model Michael Lewis appears on the January 2008 issue of Tetu, France's number one LGBT magazine. Also inside is a 2008 calendar featuring readers that have stripped down for the magazine.
I was kind of lost on their website, as my French is pretty horrible. But here are some other great photos of Michael, and we'll hope photos from the magazine surface soon!
Ivri Lider is a superstar in his native country Israel, but that could all change in 2008 as he launches both a new Hebrew and English album. The video for his English song Jesse has gotten a lot of airtime on LOGO TV here in the states, and Out Magazine recognized him as a member of the "Out 100" for 2007.
We got the chance to pop a few questions to Ivri, who just started working full time on the two albums while at the same time producing for fellow Israeli superstar Rita. He has some interesting things to say about his life and his work -- check out our entire interview after the jump!
Hunk du Jour: In 2006 you toured in the United States for the first time -- what kind of reception did you get from US fans?
Ivri Lider: We had a great time touring the States last year. The fans were great, very supportive, and their energy was amazing. It was really a wonderful experience for my band and me. Traveling to a different city everyday isn't something you get to do in Israel because it's such a small country, so that was definitely one of the highlights of the trip.
HdJ: Did you have a favorite stop on your tour? Somewhere that you are anxious to return to?
IL: Of course the show at the Avalon Club in New York City was really amazing for us because so many people came out to the event. But also I can remember the show Ann Arbor, Michigan at the Bling Pig Club with pictures of Nirvana on the wall in a dingy little rock club packed with a young, enthusiastic crowd. I'd actually really love to go back to both of those places sometime in the near future.
A friend of mine recently pointed out that I seem to like the shaggy hair guys. I've always thought I was more into the clean cut types, but maybe my friend is right. Mr. Martinov has some pretty sexy bangs. The rest of him isn't so bad either. Long hair or short hair it doesn't really matter as long as they are hot!
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