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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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Israeli architect wins 3 prestigious design awards

Kimmel-Eshkolot is behind a variety of architectural gems in Israel and beyond, including the award-winning Steinhardt Museum of Natural History.

Former Arsenal manager backs Israeli football tech startup

Arsène Wenger, known as a pioneer in the adaptation of data analytics in European football, will be an operating partner of PlayerMaker.

All the times Michael Solomonov proved he's America's top chef

The Israeli-born chef just won his sixth James Beard award, this time for Outstanding Restaurant.

Royal parenting advice for Harry and Meghan

With a new baby, we thought the Duke and Duchess of Sussex could use a few tips.

Women snore, too – they just don't admit it

But why? A new study explores the reason that women's snoring goes largely underreported.

What are ramps and how do I cook with them?

This trendy, super-flavorful vegetable is in short supply, but that doesn't stop foodies and restaurateurs from clamoring for them.

The world's oldest football player is 74 and has no plans to retire

Israeli Isaac Hayik just topped the previous Guinness World Record by 21 years. And he's living proof that age is nothing but a number.

Yossi Benayoun, Israel's greatest footballer, retires

The electrifying midfielder who played for Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal is hanging it up after 22 years.

This doctor saves lives through organ transplants – and he's also a world-class dancer

Dorry Segev is revolutionizing the transplant process by allowing HIV patients to receive organs. But that's just his day job.

The most Googled Trader Joe's foods in every state

You'll be surprised which snacks people in our nation's capital are searching for.

How to decorate your home for an epic 'Game of Thrones' watch party

From Iron Thrones (ahem, toilets) to DYI dragon eggs, we've got a few tips for adding some Westeros-inspired touches to your living room.

IKEA creates a new line of products for the disabled

The home furnishings giant is teaming up with 2 Israeli nonprofits to make their furniture accessible to everyone.

The secret to keeping cool during the NCAA basketball tournament – just take a breath

A new study reveals how inhaling before a task can help improve performance.

All about RiniKini, the brand that turned heads at Tel Aviv Fashion Week

Once a crochet swimwear line, RiniKini has expanded its collection to make women feel like sun goddesses.

All McDonald's in Israel install beacons to help the visually impaired

RightHear, an app-and-sensor-system for the blind, will help locate a store, order a Big Mac and much more.