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Why Homeland Security is Watching Me

January 31, 2013 by  
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By Renie Stag Smith I’ve been watching quite a few rental movies lately. It’s cold and dark early here in my part of the world, so I can’t get out and cycle or walk when I get home from work. All I want to do is sit in front of a roaring fire and veg […]

Feature Interview: To live long and prosper with Arlene Martel

January 31, 2013 by  
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Surviving and Thriving in Hollywood with actress Arlene Martel She’s famous for the iconic line from the Twilight Zone… “Room for one more, honey.” Her walk is immortalized on YouTube. And she was engaged to marry Spock. Acclaimed actress Arlene Martel shares stories of her life in Hollywood, and the famous friends she knew. She […]

Happy Endings for Trooper

January 22, 2013 by  
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By Renie Stag Smith I took the family pet, a little Yorkshire terrier, to the vet the other day and carried her easily in one hand to the weigh-in station. She was a whopping four and a half pounds. I reflected that we’d definitely downsized in the pet department since we bought our first dog. […]

Feature Interview: The life and times of Vincent Van Gogh with Gregory White Smith

January 22, 2013 by  
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The real story of Vincent Van Gogh with Pulitzer Prize-winning Gregory White-Smith Pulitzer prize-winner Gregory White Smith and Steven Naifeh spent ten years involved in extensive research on the life of Vincent Van Gogh. What came from that is an extraordinarily personal and complete look at Van Gogh’s life in a 950 page book – […]

Feature Interview: Are healthy foods making you fat? Nutrition expert Lyn Genet

January 17, 2013 by  
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Could “healthy” foods be making you fat? YES, says nutrition expert Lyn Genet Recitas! We think foods like oatmeal, salmon and Greek yogurt are good for us. But for some bodies they just help pile on the pounds. The ground-breaking new research by nutrition expert Lyn Genet Recitas, as she explains in her new book […]

Dressing for Downton

January 17, 2013 by  
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By Renie Stag Smith Shhhhh, no talking! Downton Abbey’s beginning… I wasn’t an Abbey fan the first year that it premiered on PBS. But last year, I got talked into watching this soap opera and I was hooked.  What English teacher wouldn’t be?  The setting, the scenery, the multifaceted characters, the dichotomy between the haves […]

Feature Interview: Jack Reacher creator and bestselling author Lee Child

January 8, 2013 by  
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Jack Reacher creator and bestselling thriller author Lee Child In just a few days the box office will explode with the latest flick starring Tom Cruise called Jack Reacher. It’s the first in what may very well be a very long franchise starring Tom from books written by Lee Child. Already critics are loving the […]

Featured Interview: Delicious Dishes with Michelle Dudash

January 8, 2013 by  
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Clean Eating for Busy Families with Chef & Registered Dietician Michelle Dudash Whether it’s for better health, or to lose weight, clean eating has become one of the most respected eating styles around. What exactly IS clean eating? How difficult is the eating style to follow, especially for busy families? Author, chef and dietician Michelle […]

Why we need more rats and rabbits

January 8, 2013 by  
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By Renie Stag Smith The elements for a major disaster were lined up like ingredients waiting to be mixed together for a cake on a food show.  Rabbits, rats, small children, an adult on crutches, a blind Labrador retriever, and a snippy Yorkshire terrier blended in close proximity in a small house for three days […]

The Law of Divine Compensation with Marianne Williamson

January 3, 2013 by  
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The Law of Divine Compensation Marianne Williamson guests Are you holding yourself back from greater financial health and freedom? Could be, Marianne Williamson tells us. Find out how your attitude, your perception, and your views about love can make a difference. Marianne will explain how to open ourselves up and bring opportunities our way in […]

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