Sarah Tuttle-Singer, The Times of Israel

Sarah Tuttle-Singer

The Times of Israel

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Past articles by Sarah:

An author comes of age in Jerusalem’s Old City

With this excerpt, Sarah Tuttle-Singer invites Times of Israel readers to the June 18 Israeli launch of her new book, 'Jerusalem Drawn and Quartered' → Read More

Let me tell you how I met the love of my life

Sarah Tuttle-Singer invites Times of Israel readers to the June 18 Israeli launch of her new book, 'Jerusalem Drawn and Quartered' → Read More

Jerusalem is not a soundbite. It’s sounds.

It’s a time of real tension in the news cycle around Jerusalem - a city that has been loved...... → Read More

Getting polyamorous with Jerusalem

My love affair with Jerusalem is intense, and fierce -- the kind of love that makes me want to...... → Read More

‘Is Hatikva a racist song?’

Israel is getting ready to celebrate Independence Day, and all around blue and white flags flutter from windows and...... → Read More

When an ultra-Orthodox woman kissed me in the middle of Jerusalem

It wasn’t the first time I kissed a woman, but it was the first time in public — in...... → Read More

Why the Palestinian jeweller from Hebron has an Israeli ID card

“Do you know I have an Israeli ID?” the Jeweller inside Damascus Gate asks while he folds up his...... → Read More

Why I want the security guy at the train station to search me

I take the train a lot -- and I usually carry a big old bag and a purse, slung...... → Read More

Here’s how to see plenty of Times of Israel on Facebook

Hi Everyone! Since The Times of Israel launched in February 2012, we have worked to provide news that is both...... → Read More

The mermaid mothers

When I was a kid, I didn't think about it much, but now that I do, now that I...... → Read More

The Mermaid on the Train

I was on the train to TLV when the woman with the sunglasses and two large suitcases asked me...... → Read More

The daughter of Israel alone on Jaffa Road

There was this woman on Jaffa Road in a gray-and-black-striped sweater, that exactly matched her hair, and she was...... → Read More

Dear Mark Zuckerberg, the Kiddush cup is lovely, but what about anti-Semitism on FB?

Dear Mark Zuckerberg: I was touched by your Shabbat Facebook post about your family kiddush cup, and how...... → Read More

All the women in me are done. And I feel great

I’m meeting Jess for a coffee, and the sun is out and the sky is blue, and all the...... → Read More

Outside the Central Bus Station in Jerusalem

Outside the Central Bus Station in Jerusalem It's crowded and people walk fast and push into each other, and...... → Read More

I wish all of Israel could be like TEREM Medical Center

There are two kinds of kids. There are the high drama kids, and then there stoic kids. I have two kids. And...... → Read More

My favorite street in Jerusalem has two names

One of my favorite streets in the Old City has two names: Al Wad in Arabic. Haggai in Hebrew. It runs north...... → Read More

Becoming Israeli: A life of meaning

People ask me all the time why I made aliyah. Israelis especially. They think I'm crazy -- giving up an easy life...... → Read More

What the taxi driver told me that I never expected to hear

In Jerusalem, there are Arab taxi drivers, and there are Jewish taxi drivers, and they both drive the same...... → Read More

When the wild family that lived in a caravan got bunk beds

Oh man, I really fucked this one up tonight. The kids are getting new beds tomorrow. Bunk beds. I guess you don't...... → Read More