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Remembering and Honoring Veterans on Veterans Day

Lest We Forget… Veterans Day originally began as Armistice Day after World War I, the “war to end all wars”.  Decades and many wars later, Veterans Day is not only a day to remember the distant past but the recent months and years to come. For my grandmother, it was losing her brother in World War I.  For […]

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Pumpkin Recipes at Every Turn

Sometimes you just don’t have time to create a complicated meal. And sometimes you have the time and just don’t want to. Today was one of those days. Last week Smudge and I picked up a few sugar pumpkins at the farmer’s market, both for decoration and to cook with.

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White After Labor Day?

Depending on where you grew up, there were hard and fast rules about white shoes after Labor Day. And not just shoes but belts, purses, accessories – all put away until Easter.  I recall my mother spending Sunday afternoon packing away the white and light purses and shoes and replacing them with the darker shades […]

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wOw’s Question of the Week: If you could start a new business, what would it be?

  If you had the chance to start from scratch and open a brand new business, what would it be?

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wOw’s Question of the Week: What is it about women and bathing suits?

Join Candice, Marlo, Liz and the wOw Women and tell us: What was your best and worst bathing suit experience? Joan Ganz Cooney I remember as a teenager always being self-conscious in my Mabs (I think that was the name) good-looking one-piece bathing suits, although I probably looked OK. When I was in my 40s […]

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What a Difference 100 Years Can Make

Feeling low about our economy? Take a look at how far we’ve come

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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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A wOw Lunch

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wowOwow’s Lesley Stahl, Cynthia McFadden, Liz Smith, Joan Ganz Cooney and Joni Evans with PureWow’s CEO Ryan Harwood, Editor in Chief Mary Kate McGrath, and Managing Editor, Jillian Quint

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