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Nathan Gonzalez

Do You Support the Iran Deal? A Flowchart

Nathan Gonzalez | August 30, 2015 | Politics
If you are not sure where you stand on the Iran deal, I made a handy flowchart to help you figure it out.
Corey S. Goodman

The Oyster War: Part 3 -- Scientific Misconduct

Corey S. Goodman | August 30, 2015 | Science
It is indeed a long and complicated story, but Brennan continues to get it wrong. Scientific misconduct is the intentional misrepresentation of facts. Did the Park Service intentionally misrepresent its own facts? Brennan says no. You be the judge.
Bernie Shine

Brookledge: L.A.'s Mysterious Secret Showplace

Bernie Shine | August 30, 2015 | Entertainment
The Magic Castle is a private club and the home of the Academy of Magic Arts, created by brothers Milt Larsen and Bill Larsen Jr. The place opened in 1963 in an old Victorian mansion in Hollywood, California. As a young man in law school, I was a professional magician...
Eddie Parsons

Water Colors, Celebrity and San Siguenza

Eddie Parsons | August 30, 2015 | Arts
San is an amazing artist. After connecting on Facebook, I was able to begin a fascination with his work. Vibrant watercolors popped up on his feed that mostly feature female celebrity or local character portraits.
Don Joseph Goewey

Generation Stress

Don Joseph Goewey | August 30, 2015 | Business
Millennials (18-33 year olds) and Generation X (34-46 year olds) are now called Generation Stress. That's because for the last three years, the American Psychological Association's research on stress has found Millennials to be the most stressed demographic in America, with Generation X coming in a close second.
Jennifer S. White

10 Lifehacks Every New Mom Needs to Know

Jennifer S. White | August 30, 2015 | Parents
The following are lifehacks that all new moms should be taking advantage of, right now, to make their lives not only easier, but exceedingly more enjoyable.
Jennifer Brenan

Five Ways Not to Treat a Stay-at-Home Mom

Jennifer Brenan | August 30, 2015 | Parents
I am 100 percent a feminist. Feminism is the advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social and economic equality to men. Can I be a feminist and still stay home with my children at this point in our lives? Well, yes, actually I can.
Irv Chapman

60 Years in Journalism: Debates, Then and Now

Irv Chapman | August 30, 2015 | Politics
Little wonder that candidates increasingly do their best to rehearse and rehearse and stick to prepared talking points. However, there are plenty of other opportunities besides the debates for missteps to go viral on the web.
Katie Hurley

Words of Wisdom for the Introverts in the Classroom

Katie Hurley | August 30, 2015 | Parents
Introverts might not love to stand in front of the class and recite poetry, but that doesn't mean that they don't have a lot to say. In fact, the opposite is often true.
Phil Simon

The Human Side of Business Communications: An Interview With Kathy Klotz-Guest

Phil Simon | August 30, 2015 | Business
Along with relying too much on email, far too often at work we use jargon when simple language would suffice. It doesn't just offend the language sensibilities of learned folks, it's just plain bad business.
Tammy Nelson, Ph.D.

Life After Ashley Madison

Tammy Nelson, Ph.D. | August 30, 2015 | Divorce
It is more common than you think for people to join dating and cheating websites only to look around. Sometimes, people look around or even chat with someone by email but never, in fact, make a date.
Shari Lifland

Getting Divorced? 6 Ways You Have to 'Let It Go'

Shari Lifland | August 30, 2015 | Divorce
If you're going to survive the inevitable challenges, hurts, and tough decisions you'll face during a divorce, you'd be wise to take Elsa's advice. Here are 6 things you'll have to "let go" if you want to move forward with your life.
Jaye Watson

Saying Goodbye to My Daughter the First and Last Time

Jaye Watson | August 30, 2015 | Parents
"Hey!" my husband yelled, iPhone poised to take one last photo. They turned around, and my daughter had what I call the smile of fear. In the photo, you can see she is looking off camera -- at me. My husband snapped the picture, she turned back around and was gone.
Erica Jagger

Men Get Real About Sex After Menopause

Erica Jagger | August 30, 2015 | Fifty
have been married to my wife for 40 years. She went through menopause in her early 40s. She had breast cancer two years before menopause. The creams didn't really work, sex just wasn't the same. Since she had breast cancer, HRT is out.
Decor Aid

A Hamptons Home Office Is the Definitition of Luxury at Work

Decor Aid | August 30, 2015 | HuffPost Home
When our Décor Aid designer team was tasked with creating an office space in a Hamptons vacation retreat, they wanted to make sure it still felt like a get-away from the stresses of daily life, while also incorporating all those essential office necessities.
Melissa Jun Rowley

How a Human-Centered Soundscape Is Making London a Smarter City

Melissa Jun Rowley | August 30, 2015 | Impact
To help humanize the development of their project, the Cities Unlocked team commissioned the Helen Hamlyn Centre at the Royal College of Art to shadow eight people with sight loss as they planned and undertook walking journeys.
Barry Kibrick

The Mystery of Mastery

Barry Kibrick | August 30, 2015 | Books
Doubting your ability to find mastery in your life is normal. However, your ability to endure the doubt is in your control. Do not even attempt to stop the feelings of doubt -- just do not let them stop you from achieving the awareness that mastery is an attainable goal.
Jack M. Guttentag

Are HECM Reverse Mortgages Overpriced?

Jack M. Guttentag | August 30, 2015 | Money
First, are seniors getting real value in exchange for the high fees? The answer in most cases is "no". Second, can a senior who knows the ropes avoid paying excessive fees? The answer in every case is "yes."
Patricia McGuire

Safety and Security: Not Just for College Students

Patricia McGuire | August 30, 2015 | College
Colleges and universities are soft targets for legislators; it doesn't take much moral courage for a Senator to beat up on a university that allows a predatory quarterback or arrogant frat boys to get away with horrible offenses against women. Shame on the university presidents who have looked the other way.
C. M. Rubin

Around the World in 30 Days: August 2015

C. M. Rubin | August 30, 2015 | Impact
I talked to the CEO of Edmodo, a leading innovator in K-12 blended learning, about how teachers, learning platforms, software, parents and students across the globe can work together in new ways thanks to digital technology.