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It used to be that opening brand name boxes — Tiffany's, Abercrombie & Finch, Ralph Lauren — would elicit oohs and ahs over the holidays. Okay, maybe they still do, but the diving economy has caused a shift in thinking, and now — hip hip hoorah — meaningful and personalized …
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Tuesday, 09 December 2008 01:24
Even after all these years, it surprises me how powerless one can feel as a stepparent and how important it is to manage expectations. This crystallizes often over the holidays when I ask my stepchildren to help me with the holiday card and have to negotiate their schedules as though I'm a United Nations&
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Sunday, 23 November 2008 08:48
This Thanksgiving, how about we Americans show gratitude for the Native Americans who originally presided over our country. November is National American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month, so this may be the time to make a pilgrimage to art museums showcasing Indian work. John Grimes, former…
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Friday, 21 November 2008 00:08
‘Tis the time to think about entertaining. As a divorced woman, inviting people over to your house expands your social circle — but not necessarily your waistline — and has the added bonus of being cheaper than going out. If friends invite you out to dinner, you have to reciprocate, and&
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Wednesday, 19 November 2008 08:56
Presidents are to history what pop stars are to music. They define their times. After this election, George W. Bush will be focusing on his legacy through his presidential library, which will be erected in Texas as a testament to his serenely bullheaded policies. Like many presidential libraries before his, it will …
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Tuesday, 04 November 2008 13:04
Fido may love to hit the road with his master, but as my pet-loving friend Fern Siegel says, not every hotel is happy to see his wagging tail scuttle through the front door. To help pet owners, Dawn and Robert Habgood, who have ...
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Friday, 24 October 2008 18:02
Party, Fiesta. Have Fun. See the World. But how can you choose among all the fabulous experiences that await you? Natch, we want to help. After you’ve been shaken up by divorce, we want you to be shaken up by extraordinary life experiences, so we’ve compiled a list of our favorites. We hope these will…
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Friday, 17 October 2008 17:59
When I was in my early thirties, newly divorced and dating, well-intentioned friends insisted on scheduling our girly get-togethers near Bloomingdales for a “bite of shopping.” When I was newly divorced (again!) in my mid-forties we’d meet for lunch in Barneys.The obvious plan in&
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Friday, 10 October 2008 01:03
Here is something frightfully wonderful, places where doom and gloom can be fun. No, we’re not talking about the anxiety-provoking, fear-mongering financial news dominating the airwaves these days. But instead of worrying about Credit Default Swaps, you can enjoy fright at the hands of Casper, the Friendly&
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Tuesday, 07 October 2008 16:32
Potato peels that look like Miley Cyrus, the world’s largest ball of twine, butter sculptures, or historic advertisements for Spam may not rate a room at the Louvre, but that doesn’t mean they’re not worth seeing. Or laughing at. For our weekly pursuit of fun, we asked Sandra Gurvis, …
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Friday, 03 October 2008 16:42
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