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If you had the chance to start from scratch and open a brand new business, what would it be?[Read More]
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 […][Read More]
Feeling low about our economy? Take a look at how far we’ve come[Read More]
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![Read More]
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![Read More]
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?
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[Read More]
“THIS IS one of the wonderful things about this business. There are still parts for old people. I never think about retirement.” That’s Michael Douglas in the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly. Michael and Matt Damon sat down to talk to EW about their hotly awaited HBO film “Behind the Candelabra.” This tells the story […][Read More]
“WHY NOT go out on a limb? Isn’t that where the fruit is?” said the late Variety scribe, Frank Scully. IN DIRECTOR Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film, “The Master” (his sixth) not only does he go out on a limb, but he allows two of our finest actors — Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman […][Read More]
wOw Radio is on a brief summer break, but we’ll be playing past shows every Wednesday, 10 am EST SiriusXM Stars 107 Senator Tom Coburn: “The Debt Bomb” looms Congress violates pledges left and right Miss Manners solves the problem with revolving doors In case you miss it live: Encore presentations will air Wednesdays at […][Read More]