Jaime Fraze

Jaime Fraze

Jaime Fraze 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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Food trends in 2020: If it's not sustainable, you're not eating it

A new Tastewise report shows that more than ever, consumers are concerned about the impact their food has on the environment.

Exclusive: Dr. Ruth on sex talk, life as an immigrant and being 'Omi'

The famed 'sexpert' has written 45 books, hosted numerous TV and radio shows and even starred in her own sitcom. But at home, she just wants to be a grandma.

Want good sex? Donate to Dr. Ruth's scholarship fund

The famed sex therapist made a cheeky promise upon learning she's getting an honorary degree from Israel's Ben-Gurion University.

Oscar-winning 'Skin' couple's new project: 'The Stuntwoman'

Israeli filmmaker Guy Nattiv and his wife Jaime Newman are working on a limited series about 1970s stunt pioneer Julie Ann Johnson.

This hotel is already winning praise, and it's not even open yet

The Six Senses Shaharut resort in southern Israel, set to open in May 2020, is being called a must-visit destination for its exotic location and ultra-lux design.

Plant-based Impossible Pork is coming to town

From the makers of the Impossible burger, the new lab-grown meatless pork product was unveiled this week at the Consumer Electronics Show.

A fascinating photo tour of the ancient city of Caesarea

This coastal Israeli city was once part of the Roman Empire and is now steeped in history, wonder and beauty.

Israeli metabolism-hacking device is a star at Consumer Electronics Show this year

The annual innovation expo will feature Lumen, a breathalyzer that can tell you if your body is using fats or carbs for energy.

Israeli-owned restaurant is No. 1 in Paris after only 3 months

Shabour is drawing high praise from critics in a city that's unmatched in fine dining.

The 10 most Googled TV shows of 2019

The search giant's Year in Search just came out, and there are some surprises topping the lists.

Why Tel Aviv is becoming the greatest place to eat in the world

The accolades keep pouring in for the Mediterranean beach town that's bursting with culinary gems.

When daydreaming becomes a disorder

The professor who discovered maladaptive daydreaming says the condition sometimes begins as a means of coping with depression, loneliness and social anxiety.

Modern-day lessons we can learn from 'Little Women'

As a new film adaptation hits theaters this month, the themes from the 150-year-old classic book have more relevance today than ever.

Inspiring Israelis we met this decade

From showstopping celebrities to tech disrupters, these are the Israelis who moved us in the 2010s.

After handball, Messi's Argentina ties Uruguay 2-2 in friendly

Messi mania hits a fever pitch at Tel Aviv's Bloomfield Stadium as Barcelona teammates Messi and Luis Suarez met in exhibition match.