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As women embrace this idea and shift energy they have been putting towards finding a mate -- and potentially caring for a family -- to their life's work, what is going to happen?
Sasha Adler and Lauren Gold have caught the attention of magazines and blogs, hailing them as members of the next generation of influencers.
Winfrey, you have won. So let us all enjoy your victory by providing programming that reflects and respects the ethnic diversity of the world in which we live.
When it comes to health and wellness initiatives, Nettelhorst, my neighborhood's public elementary school, has moved mountains.
The week before Thanksgiving holiday saw a lot of celebrations, especially for Architectural Digest's New Editor in Chief. On Wednesday evening, Cond...
The "Out 100" party has the distinction of being one of the few events where political hopefuls chat up pop artists, and reality TV stars are greeted with the same enthusiasm as porn actors as well as one notoriously disgruntled flight attendant.
When my group of park friends set about fixing Nettelhorst, our neighborhood's underutilized and underperforming local school, the infrastructure team had a clear mandate: conjure up some chemistry on a budget of nothing. And fast.
Whether your state is red, blue, or some shade in between, no matter. Vote on November 2nd. And when you do, be sure to vote for the people who are putting kids first.
The home-design expert featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show, stopped by The Interview Show, to discuss his career, his design philosophy and what the show can do to improve its set.
For all the bigoted blather about how gay people undermine the true meaning of marriage, I -- on a totally non-political, human level -- feel exactly the opposite.