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When Sheryl Sandberg was pregnant with her first child, she was a senior executive at Google. She had gained a lot of weight — 70 pounds — and suffered nausea throughout the pregnancy. Google's parking lots were vast, and she would lumber...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelTelevision is the best book-selling machine in the world. Who can forget Oprah Winfrey's contributions to publishing? Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush hits a TV jackpot Sunday morning: He will go on five shows to promote his book “Immigration Wars...
I let Black History Month slide by this year without writing anything about it. I am so over celebrating firsts or reprising triumphal narratives. But news from last month did suggest that we may need a black history lesson — one that goes...
When the Los Angeles County Museum of Art under director Michael Govan proposed taking over L.A.'s Museum of Contemporary Art in 2008, the art world rallied against it before MOCA turned it down. But reaction has been different to this week's news that...
Staff WriterHARBOR SPRINGS -- The tribal chairman for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians says he will sign a statute recognizing gay marriages for tribal members. Tribal chairman Dexter McNamara said in an email late Thursday he would sign the revisioned...
Sheryl Sandberg's explosive "Lean In" — a muscular manifesto on the gender inequities of the professional world — is being published within weeks of the 50th anniversary of Betty Friedan's "The Feminine Mystique." It's a convergence destined...
In the late 1940s, when the Orlando orange-grove land known as Loch Haven was being chiseled away by new roads and other development, Henry "Hank" Kubik Jr. and other civic leaders saw a future cultural hub — one with a museum, science center,...
Steven Muller, the president of Johns Hopkins University from 1972-1990, died on Jan. 19. He was one of the giants of his era. I knew him well. I write to share three remarkable stories which reveal the character of this great man. 1. Steve was...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Politics, Culture, Government, Germany
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor’s note: This is one in an occasional series of stories about findings and recommendations in the Hagerstown and Washington County Economic Development Strategic Plan. Sunday’s stories look at travel and tourism. Coming Monday: Areas...
email@example.comThey’ve been called “Angels in Harlem.” And it’s a pretty appropriate tag. Using their heavenly, note-blending voices, members of the Harlem Gospel Choir lift the spirit, touch the soul and share the joy of their faith. And,...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Music, Music Industry, Trace Adkins, Culture
It’s fitting that the Imperial Valley chapter of the NAACP would announce its reformation and introduce its new officers during Black History Month, as the group sets a new course in making its own local black history. Imperial County’s NAACP...
You must be a specific type of person for the name Eddie Huang to register. Chances increase if you: 1) live in New York, 2) are plugged into the restaurant scene and read food gossip blogs, 3) are active on social media sites like Twitter, and 4) are...
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