Monthly Archives: July 2012

Dear Margo: Just Another Nutty Bride

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What’s a bridesmaid to do when her sister is bridezilla? Margo Howard’s advice Just Another Nutty Bride Dear Margo: My younger sister, “Tammy,” is getting married in August, and she’s turning into a real bridezilla. I am one of the bridesmaids for the wedding. The drama started when my husband and I announced that we […]

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Liz Smith: Matthew McConaughey — The Hot, Re-Invented Dazzler of “Magic Mike” (Not That We Don’t Love Channing)

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“SATIRE IS a lesson, parody is a game,” said Vladimir Nabokov. IF A star lasts long enough, they all come to parody. Their familiar gestures, facial expressions, way of moving. Their personal life, too. Writers start to drop in little autobiographical bits with which the audience can identify. This happened more back in the day, when stars […]

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Liz Smith: More On the Divine Nora Ephron

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“SHE WAS confident and she was consistent. Her voice proved that clear logic combined with stark honesty creates the most perfect wit. I think she’ll be an even bigger icon than Mark Twain.” This is excellent writer Joan Juliet Buck on Nora Ephron. (You may have seen Joan playing the nasty French woman who tries to teach Julia Child how to cook […]

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wOw Radio: Christiane Amanpour & Nancy Gibbs – May 2, 2012

wOw Radio is on a brief summer break, but we’ll be playing past shows every Wednesday, 10 am EST SiriusXM Stars 107 Christiane Amanpour on the working mother’s balancing act Christiane Amanpour’s surprise caller Nancy Gibbs inside her book Nancy Gibbs reveals the surprising midnight phone calls of President Clinton Purchase Nancy Gibbs’ new book […]

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