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My wife has always been a dedicated salad eater, so it was striking that she developed an intense craving for red meat when she was pregnant with our son. Sure enough, the boy turned out to be quite the carnivore, scarfing down enough burgers, steak
Better Living tells the story of a family with no shortage of problems confronting its biggest problem of all...Walker and put on by U of S drama students, the play is a bit uneven in places but provides a darkly funny examination of the power
It is said that Japanese society is inhospitable to individualism ( kojinshugi ), with the most vocal anti-individualists being conservative educators and politicians; though some of them might defend individualism if it means economic self-reliance.
Several big projects changed the downtown skyline in the past decade, including 55 West, The Vue and One Eleven (formerly known as Dynetech Centre)...Large-scale projects have now restarted, with several nearing completion and at least a half-dozen
10/23/2013 1:02 pm EDT Follow: Delia Ephron worked with her sister Nora on beloved films like "You've Got Mail" and "Sleepless In Seattle," but she says it was also important for her to find her own voice. "She was born a force," Ephron said in an
Getty Images Neil Marshall The filmmaker and "Game of Thrones" director will discuss his career and work methods in Dublin as he gears up to shoot the remake of Norwegian film "The Troll Hunter."...He is next scheduled to direct the $25 million
What does it take to get to the top -- without losing your center? Our Making It Work series profiles successful, dynamic women who are standouts in their fields, peeling back the "hows" of their work and their life, taking away lessons we can all
A new survey finds that as many as one out of five parents believe it's OK to drive with their children unbuckled if it's a short trip, despite the emphasis placed on child passenger safety. The survey by the child advocacy group Safe Kids Worldwide
It took prodding to get Nancy Vannucci to look backward, but she did it because she is polite. She has been so focused on the present lately, and on the certain future her husband faces, that the past seems so far away...One day, he sent her a note
Ailing nanny deserves time to heal Abigail Van Buren Dear Abby Posted: 09/09/2013 12:04:09 AM PDT Updated: 09/09/2013 12:04:10 AM PDT Dear Abby: Our nanny, who is 58, was diagnosed with breast cancer just before I delivered baby No.