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Jaime Bender

Jaime Bender is a staff writer, copy editor and web producer at From the Grapevine. She has written and edited for several print and digital publications in Florida, California, Pennsylvania, Delaware and North Carolina. A native of Philadelphia, she graduated from the University of Delaware with a bachelor’s degree in English/journalism. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her husband and son.

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Thanks to Israeli tech, your Tommy Hilfiger jeans are going back to the future

It looks like a simple label sewn into your '90s-style pants, but it's actually a chip that unlocks a world of rewards.

Here's why Gal Gadot absolutely must play Hedy Lamarr in a TV series

The life of the legendary actress-turned-inventor is coming to the small screen, and we can't think of a better person to portray her than Wonder Woman herself.

Turns out using smaller plates doesn't actually help you eat less

A new study debunks the popular diet trick.

Our guide to the top U.S. restaurants that serve Israeli cuisine

We've rounded up the best places to experience the flavors and freshness of Mediterranean food.

Everything you need to know about the International Children's Games

This massive gathering of young athletes is happening in Israel for the first time this year.

Lego artist is displaying his massive sculptures all over the world

Sean Kenney, a certified Lego artist, creates incredible sculptures out of Legos. And one of his exhibits might be coming to your town.

America, get ready for Netta

The powerhouse singer from Israel who won Eurovision is about to make her big break in the States.

All the times Beyonce showed her love for Israeli fashion designers

Queen Bey has given her stamp of approval to several promising designers, catapulting them to success.

In this country, charging a small fee for plastic grocery bags is working

Plastic bag use has dropped 80 percent as a result. Is this the model for the rest of the world?

In this country, pregnant women get to move to the front of the line

Because waiting is hard. And if you're waiting for two, it's twice as hard.

Company to provide shock-absorbing wheelchairs for U.S. veterans

The chairs ease users over rough terrain, ensuring better performance and a smoother ride.

How to incorporate falafel into every meal

If you're not satisfied with the simple street food version, check out these super-creative variations of falafel from our resident chefs.

Get your sticks ready: The World Lacrosse Championships are gearing up

It's the first time Israel has hosted the international tournament.

Wonder Woman surprises children's hospital patients in Virginia

Gal Gadot, in the D.C. area filming the sequel to her blockbuster 2017 film, donned her iconic costume while making sick kids cheer.

This hidden bias might be why you're not getting ahead at work

Men are more likely to be called by their last names than women. A new study says that could be holding women back.