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05
Feb

5 Myths of Europe

by Steven Hill, author of Europe’s Promise: Why the European Way Is the Best Hope in an Insecure Age and Director of the Political Reform Program at the New America Foundation Picture …

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02
Feb

I’d Like to Thank My Agent

The Academy Award nominees were announced this morning, with “The Hurt Locker” and “Avatar” leading the pack at 9 nominations each. When the winners step up to the stage next month to …

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01
Feb

Paul Linde Reflects on Writing and Psychiatry

Author and emergency room psychiatrist Dr. Paul Linde reflects on his book Danger to Self, being in the public eye, and the craft of writing.  ________________________________________________________________________ Danger to Self: On the Front …

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06
Jan

More than Wombs for Rent

by Elly Teman, author of Birthing a Mother: The Surrogate Body and the Pregnant Self Surrogacy has now made it to the cover pages of Newsweek and The New York Times. Whether …

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22
Dec

Toasting the New Year

Michael Edwards, author of The Finest Wines of Champagne: A Guide to the Best Cuvées, Houses, and Growers, suggests Champagne pairings for each course in a New Year’s Eve feast. ____________________________________________________________ Champagne …

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21
Dec

A Dessert with a History

Jeri Quinzio, who explores the history of ice cream in Of Sugar and Snow, presents the story of chef Rufus Estes, and a favorite maple dessert from Estes’ 1911 cookbook, Good Things …

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17
Dec

A Winter Salad and Wine Pairings from Evan Goldstein

Master Sommelier Evan Goldstein, author of Daring Pairings and Perfect Pairings, offers up a wintry, persimmon-pomegranate salad and some expert wine pairing tips. _______________________________________________________________ Holiday cheer. The holidays are a loaded time. …

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