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Rick Newman

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Why Do Women Want To 'Have It All,' Anyway?

Rick Newman | August 27, 2012 | Women
The whole debate should make us stop and ask: What does "having it all" even mean? Does anybody have it all? Is it even possible?
Zion Lights

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The Class Prejudice Still Plaguing a Culture

Zion Lights | August 27, 2012 | UK Lifestyle
I listen to my British Asian friends chatter about how women are free to choose careers and fewer children, or no children at all. How modern Asian men share the housework duties, change nappies. But my question is - Are we really free to marry who we please? Sadly, the answer is no. I fear we are a very long way away from that.
G.L.O.C.

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For Good

G.L.O.C. | August 27, 2012 | Comedy
Now that the dust has settled after having to once again react to a high-profile sadsack expressing their (incorrect and archaic) opinions on women in comedy, I want to talk about how we reacted and how, going forward, we should be more aware of using our voices for good.
Women & Co

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How Regular Vacation Is the Key to My Small Business Success

Women & Co | August 27, 2012 | Small Business
Other small business owners often say, "I can't afford to go on vacation." And it's not just the cost that's scary but the fear of leaving the business without your guidance. But based on my own experience, I'd argue that entrepreneurs can't afford to not to go on regular vacations.
Debra L. Ness

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Looking Past the 'Having it All' Distraction

Debra L. Ness | August 27, 2012 | Women
In America today, "having it all" looks more like "barely holding on."
Karin Kamp

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Gen Y Women Can Have it All -- Someday

Karin Kamp | August 27, 2012 | Women
I think my generation is ready for the fight to have it all. As ambitious as we are, our naiveté and idealism is perfect fuel to pioneer a progressive working lifestyle that can work for both genders.
Kimberly Brooks

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Lunches With Nora

Kimberly Brooks | August 27, 2012 | Arts
Nora casually reminded me about that little cooking movie she had just made with Meryl Streep. Of course! Then she started telling me about this chicken recipe that she had made the night before. In honor of her memory, I thought I'd share "Nora's Famous Chicken" with all of you.
Jennifer Weiner

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Nora Ephron Made My Career Possible

Jennifer Weiner | August 27, 2012 | Women
You don't have to don the literary equivalent of a Tom Wolfe suit to be published or pretend you're a man, with a man's concerns and a man's voice, to get attention? My mind was officially blown.
Maureen Ryan

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'Anger Management' Review: Charlie Sheen Up To The Same Old Tricks

Maureen Ryan | August 27, 2012 | TV
"Anger Management" is lucrative spin control disguised as a lazy, unfunny comedy. Charlie Sheen is doing something for himself and his corporate partners. He's being paid to play a character who achieves some kind of personal growth.
Carole Bayer Sager

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Nora: A Voice of My Generation

Carole Bayer Sager | August 27, 2012 | Women
She said it all. Or most of it all. And what she didn't say or write we will never again hear. At least not the way Nora would have said it or written it.
Michele Willens

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FACE IT: On Not Being Nora Ephron

Michele Willens | August 27, 2012 | Women
Very simply, I always assumed I would be Nora Ephron -- until I realized there already was one.
Daphne Daly

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Infidelity, Jealousy and the Cupcake Theory

Daphne Daly | August 27, 2012 | Culture
Just remember the cupcake: It is usually only tempting because it is given far more power than it deserves.
Amanda Slavin

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The Minifeed of Anxiety: It Is Better to Be Hungry Than Eat Everyone Else's Junk

Amanda Slavin | August 27, 2012 | Impact
If I've learned anything in the past few months, I have learned that sometimes it is crucial that you replace a few hours a day where you would be (mini)feeding yourself with everyone else's junk and sit with that hunger inside you.
Rita Wilson

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My Friend Nora

Rita Wilson | August 27, 2012 | Fifty
Nora celebrated life to an insatiable degree, yet without any of the manic energy one associates with people who have "insatiable appetites" for life. She had a calm and elegant way of savoring every moment.
Claudia Zelevansky

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A Letter From Nora

Claudia Zelevansky | August 27, 2012 | Entertainment
To be honest, I suspect my hands would still shake if I did it again today. I still might think: Who am I to be writing to her? I'm still not brave in the way I imagine her to be, but these days I usually put the letter in the mailbox in the end. And Nora Ephron gets some credit for that.
Meghan O'Keefe

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Nora Ephron Gave Me My Dreams

Meghan O'Keefe | August 27, 2012 | Comedy
Nora Ephron was never really a celebrity to me so much as she was a dream weaver. I grew up watching her films in my living room. They fed my youthful appetites for romance and humor. Most of all, these films shaped my dreams of love.
Fr. Richard Rohr

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Gender, God and Spirituality

Fr. Richard Rohr | August 27, 2012 | Religion
Do men approach spirituality differently than women, have different starting places and different symbols? This could seem shocking, but read the four Gospels and note Jesus' consistently distinctive attitude toward the two genders.
Marlo Thomas

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Farewell, Nora

Marlo Thomas | August 27, 2012 | Women
For Nora Ephron, life was something to celebrate. And explore. And bitch about. And then celebrate again. You didn't have to read all of her brilliant essays to immediately see that the woman had a titanium-strength point of view -- and she was achingly funny about it.
Wana Udobang

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Women Moving Forward

Wana Udobang | August 27, 2012 | World
At the risk of sounding overly pessimistic, there is a huge disparity between this first world vision and my third world reality, a reality that makes you wonder if women really moving forward in my community would be possible in my lifetime.
Katie Goodman

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Nora Ephron: When Katie Met Nora

Katie Goodman | August 27, 2012 | Women
It's hard to explain what 30 minutes out of the life of someone like Nora means. There was absolutely nothing in it for her. She liked my work, sure, but more than that, she knew how women have to help each other.
Lori Fradkin

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Yes, We Have Room For Dessert

Lori Fradkin | August 27, 2012 | Women
My family is very into food. We're not foodies in the sense that we obsess over local ingredients or seek out obscure delicacies. Rather, we just really like the experience of ordering it, consuming it, and telling others about it.
Amanda Nelson

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The Gender of Reading Shame

Amanda Nelson | August 27, 2012 | Books
Try asking an adult who wanders into our Young Adult section if you can help them find something, and most of the time you get an awkward shrug or a nervous laugh, followed by an "oh, no, I just like reading this stuff...
Litsa Dremousis

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Six, Please: Remembering Nora Ephron

Litsa Dremousis | August 27, 2012 | Entertainment
That afternoon, Julia Child mastered French cooking, Meryl Streep and Amy Adams mastered Julia Child, the ill could walk, the young could dream, all could laugh and Nora Ephron, in her inimitable way, had orchestrated the whole thing.
Nancy Parrish

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Enough Already: Pass the STOP Act

Nancy Parrish | August 27, 2012 | Politics
There is a crisis in our military and, while Defense Secretary Leon Panetta has done more than his predecessors in acknowledging the crisis, he is fundamentally failing to fix the problem. So today our veterans are going to our nation's capital to demand change.
Huff TV

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Arianna Talks About Nora Ephron On 'CBS This Morning'

Huff TV | August 27, 2012 | Women
Arianna appeared on 'CBS This Morning' to remember her friend and Huffington Post editor-at-large Nora Ephron, who passed away on Tuesday at the age of 71. She spoke about Ephron's role in the creation of HuffPost. "She gave me courage to go on with it," Arianna said, "even...
Cara Joy David

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Nora Ephron: This Is Your Impact

Cara Joy David | August 27, 2012 | Culture
Here's what Nora Ephron meant to me, as a Wellesley girl who wanted to go into entertainment. Ephron showed that it could be done, and by "it," I mean anything.
Jaimie Etkin

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'Pretty Little Liars' Recap: The Black Swan Revealed And Maya's Cousin Comes To Town

Jaimie Etkin | August 26, 2012 | TV
With Melissa gone, the Liars exit the closet, but not before finding a garment bag from a costume store. When they unzip, there's no costume, but there is a single feather. Is she the Black Swan?