Monthly Archives: June 2011

wOw’s Question of the Week

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Last week, David Brooks observed in The New York Times that “Covering this upcoming election is like covering a competition between two Soviet refrigerator companies: Cold War relics offering products that never change.” Do you agree? And if so, can you suggest one fundamental change that might help avert the gridlock?

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Liz Smith: Beyonce, Gaga, Adele — Who Will Stand the Test of Time?

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And more from our Gossip Girl: NYC hotties on “The Ledge”… Diana’s gowns auctioned — can she match Marilyn?

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Want to Feel Happier by the End of the Day? Read This.

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Gretchen Rubin on creating your own personal happiness

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Dear Margo: An Interesting Ramification of a Bad Boyfriend

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Why can’t I hold on to my best friend and my boyfriend? Margo Howard’s advice

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Liz Smith: Tatum and Ryan, Hollywood’s Greek Tragedy

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And more from our Gossip Girl: Megan Fox — Steven Spielberg fired you, Hitler’s to blame … plus, why we love olive oil

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Catherine Zeta Jones and the Art of Intensive Caring

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When the superstar actress went public two months ago with news of her bipolar 2 disorder, she showed how depression can be treatable — and beatable

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Barack Obama’s Second Term –”Que Sera, Sera?”

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Mr. wOw finds the President’s recent remarks about his future in office … disconcerting, to say the least

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Liz Smith: How Hollywood (Still) Wants to Save Mel Gibson

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And more from our Liz: How Debbie Reynolds saved Hollywood (literally!) … “Falling Skies” lands with a thud … and which great actress asked, “Who the hell is Kim Kardashian?”

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Photos: Can You Believe She’s 40?

Rachael Ray, Halle Berry, Rene Zellweger, and 15 other wOw-worthy women who are the new faces of 40

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If At First You Don’t Succeed…

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Even when you’re a pro at what you do, says bestselling author Jane Smiley, it’s never easy

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