Merl Reagle, the pun-ishingly inventive man who had created crossword puzzles for AARP The Magazine since 2004, died suddenly of acute pancreatitis in a hospital in Tampa on Aug. 22. He was 65.
Did you notice that the biggest fashion statement at Sunday night’s Oscar ceremony was understatement? No matter her age, almost every woman walking the red carpet looked respectable, not racy.
I may be over 50 on the outside, but in my mind I’m still a fun, wild, youthful babe. A lot of us must feel the same way, too; why else would we get tiny tattoos or wear navy polish and black bras (instead of nice-girl nude ones)?
Billy Bob Thornton is known for many things: his roles in movies like Armageddon and Monster's Ball, his highly publicized marriage and subsequent divorce to actress Angelina Jolie, his recent portrayal as Lorne Malvo in the television series " Fargo," and his singing.
Oprah Winfrey wants to hear what Dani Shapiro has to say about writing. That's why "the Big O" has invited the 51-year-old novelist and memoir writer (left) to appear on her "Soul Sunday" show on October 20 [ editor's note: The date of the show has changed from October 27 to October 20].
An article in the New York Times about Oprah Winfrey and the declining readership of O, The Oprah Magazine, her 12-year old publication, stopped me in my tracks. Here's the paragraph that leapt off the page and gave me my own "Aha!" (but not in a good way) moment:
Germany expecting more E.coli deaths: The E. coli outbreak that has killed 24 people continues to mystify health experts - and the source has yet to be pinned down. "There will be new cases and unfortunately we have to expect more deaths, but the number of new infections are dropping significantly," Health Minister Daniel Bahr told German TV. ... A little closer to home: "Despite attempts to clean up the nation's food supply, the rate of salmonella infections has held steady for the past 15 years." What you need to know about salmonella.
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