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Jenna-Marie Warnecke
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Jenna-Marie Warnecke is a writer in New York. See more of her work on her website.

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Jennifer Weiner: 'Do I Want Respect or Do I Want Readers?'

(2) Comments | Posted June 2, 2014 | 6:28 PM

At the Book Expo America conference in New York City on Friday, author Jennifer Weiner laid out in no uncertain terms the position in which most female authors find themselves. "Women are put in the explicit position of, 'do I want respect or do I want readers?'" said the bestselling...

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This New Paris Scavenger Hunt Is the Perfect Way to See the City

(0) Comments | Posted April 2, 2014 | 3:39 PM

When Daisy de Plume, the innovative force behind THATLou (Treasure Hunt At The Louvre), created her popular scavenger hunt in 2012, she didn't expect it to extend beyond the world's most famous museum. But now, as THATLou celebrates its second birthday, de Plume is celebrating an organization that...

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Controlled Spontaneity: Roy Lichtenstein at Centre Pompidou

(0) Comments | Posted August 14, 2013 | 10:35 AM

Roy Lichtenstein, "Drowning Girl," 1963. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein.

When one thinks of Roy Lichtenstein, one naturally conjures the image of an oversized comic strip, a moment of melodrama laden with Ben-Day dots forming a damsel in distress. But an astoundingly comprehensive...

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The False Warmth of Technology

(0) Comments | Posted May 16, 2012 | 12:46 PM

Between Skype, email, Twitter, YouTube and the blogosphere, the world today is smaller than ever before. Though I live in France, I never feel too far away from America, and my friends and family can look at my blog to see what I'm up to and video-chat me to talk...

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The Joy of Eating: How Overcoming Anorexia Taught Me to Love Food Again

(2) Comments | Posted April 17, 2012 | 12:28 PM

Since moving to Paris a few months ago, I've discovered that it's true what they say -- it is indeed a land of decadent, delicate, obscenity-worthy good food. Cheese. Bread. Wine. Chocolate. The first day of spring was Jour du Macaron, in which several famous and well-regarded pâtisseries all over...

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Marvels of Daily Life -- Doisneau's Photographs of Les Halles

(2) Comments | Posted March 15, 2012 | 11:48 AM

Before Les Halles was the massive indoor shopping center it is today, anchored by shops like H&M and Gap and a sprawling RER/Métro station, it once thrived as a very different kind of commercial center: a bustling food and flower market in the dead center of the City of...

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