Monthly Archives: April 2010

The Women Who Change the World: Gayle King, Tina Fey and More

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Photo courtesy of maryannerussell.com Sharon Hoge invites us along to the Annual Women in Communications Matrix Awards Luncheon.

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Please! Just Tell Me What It Costs

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This is my heavy-duty travel season. Last week, I flew from New York to Ithaca to Kansas City (with a stop in Detroit) before heading home. This week, it’s New York to Chicago to Ft. Lauderdale then home again. I’m not complaining. Being busy, particularly in economic times like these, is a good thing. But […]

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The New Testament of Anna Quindlen: The Lesley Stahl Interview

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The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and No. 1 New York Times bestselling author on her new novel Every Last One, Obama’s presidency, uppity Catholic women and more … LESLEY STAHL: We’re here to talk about Anna Quindlen’s gloriously written, fabulous new book, Every Last One, which I deeply, deeply love and recommend for everybody listening and […]

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A Very Brief Musing on the Power of Pundits

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Why the words of Sarah Palin, Michele Bachmann and more big on-screen personalities concern Mr. wOw

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The Art of Shopping

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Our writer explores the age-old question of quantity versus quality. 

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The Woman I Love, by Phil Donahue

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Phil, aka Marlo Thomas’s husband, expresses his love for that girl. A Note From Joni Evans: We are romantics at heart and adore the way some of our favorite men love their favorite women. In celebration of that, we are starting a new feature written by good men expressing what it is they love about […]

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A Very Brief Musing From Mr. wOw

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Thoughts on the adopted mother who returned her Russian orphan son

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Is It Time to Buy the World?

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Recently, my husband and I spent a week in Argentina. We traveled from the fabulous city of Buenos Aires to an estancia, or ranch, in the Pampas to the wine country in Mendoza. It was a fantastic vacation (a belated honeymoon, actually). The food throughout the country – particularly the famous Argentinean rib eye – […]

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Of Mice and Mean … and Norman Mailer

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Our Love Goddess sets her starry eyes on the issue of male cruelty.

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The Help: Today’s To Kill a Mockingbird? With Author Kathryn Stockett

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The author of the No. 1 New York Times bestseller joins Joni Evans to talk about the book that started as a quiet, personal novel – and grew to two million copies. WOWOWOW: I am delighted to welcome Kathryn Stockett to the wowOwow community. How nice to have you. KATHRYN STOCKETT: Hi, Joni. Thank you […]

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