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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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Genealogists piece together the memories of an isolated Amazonian tribe

MyHeritage's Tribal Quest project chronicles the Achuar people's rich family histories as their future hangs in the balance.

Fighting a life-threatening disease with … shrimp?

Researchers are working in Nigeria to help curb the spread of a potentially deadly parasite. And it all starts with a tiny, bug-eyed crustacean.

Your fast-food drive-thru will soon be easier and faster

McDonald's has been acquiring Israeli tech startups to streamline its ordering process. And yes, you can have fries with that.

The secret to the best Israeli food? It's all 'Sababa'

After co-writing 'Cravings' and 'Cravings: Hungry for More' with Chrissy Teigen, Adeena Sussman's first solo cookbook is a love letter to her home country.

This children's nonprofit takes saving lives to heart

Save a Child's Heart has provided life-saving treatments to more than 4,500 kids from 58 countries.

Elie Tahari introduces sprawling new line at New York Fashion Week

The popular Israeli designer channeled 1970s New York City as inspiration for his latest collection.

A new app lets you buy unsold food from restaurants

SpareEat is a win-win for customers and businesses, co-founder Elie Fischer says.

5 words from Inbal Arieli’s ‘Chutzpah dictionary’ that can improve your life

These key words and phrases plucked from Israeli culture can be applied to almost every aspect of life, from parenting to relationships to personal fulfillment.

Israel is sending help to Brazil in wake of Amazon fires

Aid will include an airplane and a team of pilots to fight the blazes threatening the coveted rainforest.

6 nuggets from 'Lucy in the Sky,' the new Natalie Portman movie trailer

The Oscar-winning actress goes up in space for her latest starring role – and comes back to Earth a very different person.

Move over, WeWork: Co-cooking spaces are having a moment

Two food entrepeneurs in Israel are turning an old candy factory into a huge workspace to help other fledgling food manufacturers grow their businesses. And they're not alone.

Israeli women's football team has a new coach – and a realistic vision

Argentina-born Gabriel Burstein is a veteran of the sport and an experienced coach. Could he be the one to transform the struggling team?

Meet mochi, the snackable ice cream treat of your dreams

It's a Japanese dessert that's taken the world by storm: Bite-sized ice cream wrapped in a sweet, doughy exterior.

Here's a way to make your charitable giving easier – and more personal

A new app ties your donations to your social media, your everyday purchases or whatever you choose.

Lighthouse restaurant: a beacon for the zero-waste movement

Owners of the Brooklyn eatery have mastered sustainability and are urging others to follow suit.