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Bryan Behar

Encino Man

Bryan Behar | October 26, 2016 | Comedy
By no grand design, the last two books I've read--Philip Roth's American Pastoral and Bruce Springsteen's Born to Run--while disparate in tone and content, both use the story of richly detailed, postwar New Jersey upbringings to tell the story of mid-century America. Both...
David Hinckley

Joel McHale's New CBS Show The Great Indoors Is A Sitcom And An Obit

David Hinckley | October 26, 2016 | Entertainment
Many viewers will see the new CBS show The Great Indoors as a comedy. Some of us, however, know it's really a tragedy.
Donna Henes

Season Of The Witch

Donna Henes | October 26, 2016 | Women
By the half-way point of fall we are surrounded by a ambient prescience of impending death. Death and decline. Death and disappearance. The sun seems to be dying as we approach the winter solstice six weeks away. Our world steeped in deep shadows, the light decreases daily, dimming toward the...

Sharing My Health Story Made Me a Powerful Disabled Diva

Healthline | October 26, 2016 | Healthy Living
If anyone would have told me in my 20's that I'd be writing about living with multiple chronic illnesses in my 40's I would have laughed.
Terry Krepel

Will Architect of Trump's 'Rigged Media' Rants Denounce Threats Against Journalists?

Terry Krepel | October 26, 2016 | Media
The disturbing stories are rolling in about ugly abuse and threats against the press by Donald Trump's supporters: One reporter tells of a "mob mentality" against journalists at Trump rallies, adding, "The people who are shouting look at us like we're their immediate enemies, not as like . . ....
Chris Weigant

If GOP Holds House, Clinton Investigations To Begin On Day One

Chris Weigant | October 26, 2016 | Politics
With the prospect of ever taking back the White House dimming with every election, and with the possible loss of control in the Senate staring them in the face, this is all they have left to promise to their rabidly anti-Clinton base: continued gridlock, and endless investigations.

Deaf Awareness: Communication Made Simple

Healthline | October 26, 2016 | Healthy Living
It is important that the hearing public understand how to interact with deaf people and those who are hard of hearing. It is not difficult to adapt communication, but for those on the receiving end, it can be a breath of fresh air.

Sean Talks Money: Happy First Birthday, Chip Cards... Right?

NerdWallet | October 26, 2016 | Business
By Sean McQuay O ne year ago this month, EMV technology arrived in the U.S. credit card market -- kicking and screaming, some critics...
Amy Smalarz

I Don't Need No Stinkin' Coach!

Amy Smalarz | October 26, 2016 | Business
This is not a phrase uttered by an aspiring athlete. Not a phrase uttered by a professional athlete... Or professional musician... Or aspiring artist... Or professional writer or speaker. So why is it that I hear this from countless mid-level Managers, Directors, Executive...

Overwork Takes Its Toll On Mental Health Of Japanese Youth

AsiaToday | October 26, 2016 | World
[Source: AFP, Yonhap News] By AsiaToday reporter Kim Ye-jin - It has been revealed that Japanese young people are suffering from overwork-related mental problems amid chronic worker shortages. The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare has started "Youth...
Morena Duwe

Macabre Minstrel Alu Sings About Disease, Divorce And Survival On Her New Album

Morena Duwe | October 26, 2016 | Entertainment
Los Angeles based siren, Alu, released her fourth full length album, Mrs. Hypochondriac, on October 14th. She has been dubbed "the siren of psychosis" by Echoes Radio and "Kate Bush on a broomstick" by Campus Circle and while she resembles these comparisons, her music possesses an intimate depth that is incomparable.
Vince Bertram

Part 2: How To Choose A College

Vince Bertram | October 26, 2016 | Education
Regardless of which college or major you pursue, you must be a lifelong learner. Our world and the way it works are changing rapidly.
Robert C. Pianta

Teacher Preparation Regulation: Déjà Vu Or Real Change?

Robert C. Pianta | October 26, 2016 | Education
If both major teachers' unions and the association of colleges of teacher education again line up in opposition, painting these as another instance of over-valuing high stakes testing, they will have secured their position as obstructing the long-term improvement of the profession they claim to represent.
Karen Elizaga

Sexual Violence Is Not Politics; It's Humanity And On Us To Act

Karen Elizaga | October 26, 2016 | Women
Men and women alike, speak up. Join together. Listen to one another. Do not tolerate what makes you uncomfortable. Demand to be treated with respect and dignity.
Lisa Froelings

6 Creative Ways To Preserve Your Wedding Memories For Many Years To Come!

Lisa Froelings | October 26, 2016 | Weddings
Aside from the wedding photos, other wedding items themselves like the guest book, cake topper, and even the bridal shoe are kept in order to preserve the wedding's memories.
Alexa Corazón

Inauguration Of 4 Day Festival In Los Angeles Celebrates Trans Community Through Film And Beauty; Sparks Interest From City Officials And Celebrities

Alexa Corazón | October 26, 2016 | Los Angeles
An eclectic selection of the best new shorts along with rare gems that reflect the trans experience through film are expected to be showcased in the city of West Hollywood.
Sharon C. Jenkins

Somehow We Missed The Opportunity To Celebrate

Sharon C. Jenkins | October 26, 2016 | Women
This is not a political endorsement for Hillary Clinton, but a political endorsement for the women that came before her to make it possible for a female to walk the hallowed halls of the White House and be called, "Madam President."
Nancy Laws

Doing It Afraid, With 1K1Day's Nicole Walter

Nancy Laws | October 26, 2016 | Women
Nicole Walter is known to many of her Periscope followers as the woman who quit her 6 figure corporate career in front of 10,000 live viewers.  While some may call her crazy, she describes it as simply living in her purpose.  By simply...
CT Working Moms

What I Do When My Kids Aren't Around

CT Working Moms | October 26, 2016 | Divorce
Last weekend my boys were with their dad. It wasn't like it was a surprise. It happens every other weekend. But I'm struggling with it much more than I thought I would.
Advertising Week

What Will The New Most Interesting Man In The World Do Next?

Advertising Week | October 26, 2016 | Business
Heather Taylor He once cheated death… And death was perfectly okay with it. The newest Most Interesting Man in the World has arrived with a bang. Formerly portrayed by actor Jonathan Goldsmith (last seen jet setting off to the moon), the latest...