Monthly Archives: June 2013

To Sleep or Not to Sleep

There are basically two kinds of people in the world – not pretty and ugly, not mean and kind, but those who can drop off to sleep at the touch of a pillow and those who crush their pillow with tossing and turning. I’m the latter. As a kid, I remember the annoyance in my […]

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Liz Smith – Now Appearing on New York Social Diary

Liz Smith, our “2000-year-old gossip columnist” (as she calls herself) is migrating to the New York Social Diary. We are grateful to now link to her daily column. Please visit Liz at her new home!

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Following Mireille Guiliano

Bestselling author Mireille Guiliano graces web pages from France Today to Pinterest with her style, wit and wisdom.

We hope you enjoy these latest gems from and about our dear friend!

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Privacy – What Does It Mean Today?

How do we balance freedom to share “good” with the ease of access to observe, track and target those wishing to do harm?  What is the limit of privacy we can or should expect on our digital footprints?

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Liz Smith: Through the Ages

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“DON’T PUT your daughter on the stage Mrs. Worthington,” goes the Noel Coward ditty. Today, Will Smith might be thinking along the same lines — don’t put your son in your movies Mr. Smith! “After Earth,” the post-apocalyptic sci-fi entry which stars Will and his son Jaden, not only received scathing reviews but a poor […]

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