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Special Feature Interview – Dr. Tony Youn

May 31, 2011 by  
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Respected cosmetic surgeon and author Dr. Tony Youn shares with us the latest in plastic surgery procedures, who’s done it right (and wrong) when it comes to enhancements, and what works, and why.  We’ll also ask him about plastic surgery for men, why we might want injectables, and how to tell if we’re addicted to cosmetic […]

Summer Reads Part 1

May 31, 2011 by  
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by Renie Stag Smith I’m reading a decidedly fluffy book right now.  It is not deep, the characters and plot are easy to figure out, there is no hidden symbolism, and if there is a theme other than “do good, not evil to others” I haven’t found it. But wait, perhaps there is another more […]

Life and Other Matters – Sexless Marriages and Anatomy of Arousal author Sheri Winston : June 7th, 2011

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An article in the New York Times recently brought up the subject of sexless marriages.  Do many people stay together just “for the kids,” because it’s easier, or because they love their mate, but just aren’t attracted anymore?  Do you leave a marriage with no sex, stay in it, or …? We discuss the concept, […]

I QUIT doing housework!

May 24, 2011 by  
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by Renie Stag Smith Now, I know I’ve said in past articles that I would try to enjoy life more and clean my home less, but those of you who know me know that I am an almost-anal, obsessive-compulsive, clean freak.  I admit it!  But after the last month, I’ve decided I’m done, quit, finished!  […]

Life and Other Matters – 7 Deadly sins, Lust: May 31st, 2011

May 24, 2011 by  
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The Seven Deadly Sins: LUST We saved the best for last!!  We end our series on the Seven Deadly Sins with LUST! It’s a robust subject and we’ve got a lot to talk about. And you never know where the conversation will take us. But this we know for sure – we WILL talk about […]

Life and Other Matters – 7 Deadly sins, Vanity: May 24th, 2011

May 17, 2011 by  
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The Seven Deadly Sins: Vanity What’s the difference between a healthy self-esteem, and ego? Do we encourage vanity through the media? Has Hollywood changed our views about what is now attractive?  On this edition of Life and Other Matters we continue our series on the Seven Deadly Sins and discuss Vanity. Plus: Respected cosmetic surgeon […]

Burn the boats!

May 17, 2011 by  
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by Renie Stag Smith Don’t burn your bridges = to pleasantly end a relationship with a person or organization, leaving the possibility of returning in the future open. Burn the boats = when an invading Greek army landed on shore, the first command was to “burn the boats” thus negating any thoughts of retreat.  The […]

Life and Other Matters – 7 Deadly Sins, Anger : May 17th, 2011

May 17, 2011 by  
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The Seven Deadly Sins: ANGER We tackled ANGER in our continuing series on the Seven Deadly Sins. We found out how differently Renie expressed her anger from Sherrie and Pam. We learned of Sherrie’s murderous thoughts (and plans!) and how Renie used to torture her little sister. Click on the player below to listen to […]

Special Feature Interview – Stephen Maitland-Lewis

May 10, 2011 by  
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Stephen Maitland-Lewis had the extraordinary experience of being a pen pal to the late Louis Armstrong for over 15 years.  In this exclusive interview with Pam, Stephen talks about how the relationship started, what Armstrong wrote in his letters, and why he believes Armstrong remains so beloved to this day.  The conversation is a wonderful […]

How Air Conditioning Ruined Society

May 10, 2011 by  
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by Renie Stag Smith “The creation of air conditioning started the demise of the close-knit community,” I complained to my sister’s family as we moved indoors from the porch where the eager spring sun had warmed the air into the mid-90’s, into the living room where the cool 72-degree air wafted around us. “What are […]

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