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Book Review: Just Kids

Good books are kind of like Tarot cards for me. There is a magic to what you pick up, when you pick it up, and what the message is for your life. Lately I’ve been yearning to start painting again, which is perhaps why I chose to read Just Kids last week, the National Book […]

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Maria’s Must-Read for the Month: Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Call Me Irresistible

  There is nothing quite like a good book to make time fly and let you escape the mundane trials and tribulations of daily life. I read lots of stuff, serious, nonfiction, you name it…but I have a hungry soft spot in my heart for a good romance novel. And Susan Elizabeth Phillips always delivers. […]

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Women on Tractors

By guest blogger Annie Spiegelman, a.k.a. the Dirt Diva. Unfortunately, like many urbanites, I grew up thinking that food came from the supermarket below my New York apartment building, and flowers came from the florist at 84th and Lexington Avenue. It took a PS 6 fifth-grade field trip to the Metropolitan Museum to view a […]

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Food Inc: Worth Seeing, Even More Worth Believing

I finally got to see the film Food Inc., which took a few months to reach a multiplex near me in Pennsylvania. So, on a hot Saturday night I took my 12-year-old daughter Eve to see the 8:10 show. Unfortunately, there were only two other people there. I was tempted to veer to a different […]

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Ponyo: Finally, a Great Family Movie

If you haven’t seen it in the theatres yet, Ponyo, a new Japanese animated film by Hayao Miyasaki, is one of the rare gems of a movie that the whole family will enjoy, and that is worth seeing on the big screen. Our family doesn’t get out to see movies together very often. Between the […]

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Reading For Pleasure: My Top 5 Favorite Authors

By now, most people know I’m a lover of romance novels. I’ve been trying for years to break down some of the stigma and erase the shame. The truth is, I need romance novels to survive, and if they didn’t exist, I would have to invent them. The very reasons I need them all year […]

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Life is like a Movie

I am interrupting the previously scheduled discussion about putting the eco back in economics to take a moment to write about…movies.A recent report on Rodale.com says that happiness is contagious. I agree, so much so that I RARELY go to see movies that aren’t happy ones. I can feel bummed out for days after seeing […]

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