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The Simple Life Hacks Kate Walsh Uses To Get Her Day Started Right
The actress struggles to prioritize herself, but she's found ways to make it work.
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Friday The 13th Is An Unlucky Day To Have Friggatriskaidekaphobia
Cross your fingers that you don't step on a crack.
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Kate Walsh Reveals She Was Diagnosed With Large Brain Tumor
“I played a real badass on TV, but when it comes to being a patient it’s such a vulnerable experience.”
New Zealand Teens Now Need Adult Supervision To Watch '13 Reasons Why'
The Netflix show's depictions of suicide have raised major concern.
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Kate Walsh Thinks '13 Reasons Why' Should Be Mandatory Viewing In Schools
"As long as anything is shrouded in shame or secrecy, nothing good can come from it."
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Kate Walsh Talks '13 Reasons Why' On BUILD
Join actor Kate Walsh ("Private Practice") as she discusses her new Netflix show based on the best selling novel "13 Reasons Why," about a teenage girl's perplexing suicide and a classmate who receives a series of tapes that unravel the mystery of her tragic choice.
Kate Walsh Shares Her Favorite Holiday Food Tips for the Boston Market 'Holiday Experts' Campaign
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The 'Grey's Anatomy' Question Kate Walsh Can't Answer Anymore
Actress Kate Walsh talks with HuffPost Live about "Grey's Anatomy" and the annoying question she's been asked for 10 years
NCTQ (Finally) Gets Formally Rated, and It Isn't Pretty
Public school teacher, education activist, PhD
NCTQ "rates" teacher training programs based upon artifacts. An NCTQ rating does not require a site visit. NCTQ even hires students and others to gather the superficial information upon which it bases its ratings.
Here's How They Actually Do Those TV Nude Scenes
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NBC Wonders Why Bother to Sign On
Freelance writer and all around great guy
For seven years NBC tried to tell everyone that
was a hit. It was not. Critics enjoyed it but no one was rabidly watching it like
is the ONLY holdover for new shows from last season and that is only good because James Spader is truly "the man".
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When It Comes to Redheads, Color Me Smitten
Writer, mother, "sandwich generation" caregiver, trying to mai...
I've got paintings of redheads on my walls and seek out gifts and cards with photos and drawings of those luscious locks. So naturally, I took notice when I saw the ad on the back of an LA city bus -- a fetching, red-haired woman named Tanna Frederick was starring in a play called
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