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American Weirdness: “Please, No more California Songs” – Adventures in Cali

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
by on Living Around

I have a confession to make: we were total tourists when we visited California. If there was one part of our ten months on the

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Richard Nixon: Up Close and Personal

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
by on Reading Around

One hundred years from now, historians will continue to debate the legacy of our 37th president, Richard Nixon. As we mark the 40th anniversary of

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Mad Ads: Do Prescription Drug Ads Help You Choose?

Tuesday, July 29th, 2014
by on Playing Around

Have a leaky bladder? Arthritis pain? Feel like bees are stinging your feet? We have a drug for that! Only the U.S. and New Zealand

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Herbs

Why Millennials Care More About Food

Monday, July 28th, 2014
by on Dining Around

My parents are in their early sixties, products of a generation that emphasized the convenience of meals. My mother’s diet relies heavily on pre-packaged protein

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48 Hours in Dublin

Monday, July 28th, 2014
by on Living Around

Now that summer is officially upon us, city dwellers are fleeing to the beach and countryside by the hundreds and thousands to escape the city’s

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Lucy

Lucy: A One Woman Show

Monday, July 28th, 2014
by on Playing Around

Scarlett Johansson has singlehandedly and unwittingly acquired the powers of nearly every superhero we’ve ever known in Luc Besson’s Lucy. Her secret? A blue powdery

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Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Last Role,
A Most Wanted Man, Is a Tour de Force

Monday, July 28th, 2014
by on Playing Around

To make the world a safer place. Isn’t that enough? Let’s deal with it right away. Philip Seymour Hoffman was perhaps the most talented actor

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David Baldacci’s Target
Enough Action for Three Thrillers

Sunday, July 27th, 2014
by on Reading Around

There’s so much action in David Baldacci’s latest thriller, Target, that you may feel like you’ve read three books rather than just one. But that’s

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