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2012 – We Weather A Super Storm
And Mourn a Tragic Shooting

Thursday, January 16th, 2014
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By 2012, Woman Around Town had hit its stride. Our writers were being sought after to write about theater, music, books, shopping, health, finance, travel,

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Is All That Glitters Really Gold?

Monday, December 30th, 2013
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Gold glitters, and especially so this time of year. But those who hold it in portfolios are seeing some tarnish on a commodity that historically

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England’s Lake District –
Where Beauty and Poetry Abound

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
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England’s fabled lake district has long been home to poets, writers, and walkers extraordinaire. For anyone planning a trip to London, a visit to “the

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Serious Money is Crackerjack!

Sunday, July 15th, 2012
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In his 1988 review of Caryl Churchill’s Serious Money, Mel Gussow in the New York Times wrote, “The author indicates, with malice intended, there is

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Oscar 2012—An Abundance of Riches

Wednesday, February 22nd, 2012
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Billy Crystal is back and so is the excitement. There were so many wonderful films and performances this year, that the 2012 Academy Awards will

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Woman Around Town: Georgette Mosbacher–Country Girl

Wednesday, February 15th, 2012
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Highland, Indiana seems a long way from Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue. But after talking with Georgette Mosbacher, CEO of Borghese Cosmetics and Republican fundraiser, one gets

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An Iron Lady Weighed Down with a Leaden Script

Saturday, February 11th, 2012
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Meryl Streep, 1, Margaret Thatcher, 0 Meryl Streep may very well win a third Oscar for her performance in The Iron Lady, a biopic that

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Chris Killip’s Photographs Capture’s Britain’s Despair

Thursday, October 21st, 2010
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Chris Killip’s 24 black and white photographs now on exhibit at the Amador Gallery document the human cost to Britain’s process of de-industrialization. Spanning the

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