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Feb02

Hi! I’m Not Alice, But Maybe You’ll Like This Anyway

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Due to the fact that this week Alice’s eyes are dried up like bloodshot little cranberries, I — and by that I mean me, who occasionally goes by the name “Mrs. Kennedy” — am going to do my best to fill in for her today in Wonderland. Please keep in mind that the only newspaper […]

Feb01
The Best Picture Frames and Ideas for Families: I’m framing a picture of Meredith Viera* for sure.

The Best Picture Frames and Ideas for Families: I’m framing a picture of Meredith Viera* for sure.

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I’ve been terribly neglectful of this site. I’ve been buzzing but mostly about really irritating morning talk shows. So what should we talk about today? How about something really exciting, like cocktails and playgroups? No? Right, boring. How about picture frames and display? I mentioned in an earlier post my intent to frame and display […]

Jan31
As Miss Truvy Once Said: “There Is No Such Thing As Natural Beauty”

As Miss Truvy Once Said: “There Is No Such Thing As Natural Beauty”

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Hi Amy, I love your column! Here is my question: I have strong features (read, big Jewish nose) and fairly big green eyes (also dark brown hair and significant brows–MUCH better since I have re-committed to the 10th time to regular waxing). It seems to me that in order not to look too totally freaky […]

Jan29
Sleep Rocks

Sleep Rocks

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Dear Amalah: I am not a morning person. The noise of my alarm clock in the morning makes me want to scream and kick, and possibly cry depending on my mood. Therefore, I take my showers at night, usually not too long before bed. Which enables me to sleep in for as long as I […]

Jan26
A Shave Obsessive

A Shave Obsessive

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Amalah, Amalah, Amalah: Can I just start by saying that I love Advice Smackdown, and if I could, I would eat it for breakfast every single day? On to my question. I’m in a shaving gel rut. I hate every kind I’ve ever purchased in my entire life. It always smells too strong for me […]

Jan24

On anger, discipline, and the New York Times.

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First and foremost in the news this week: parents plus wealth times typical city congestion equals another New York Times slam-dunk! In one of the non-newsiest articles ever to belch forth from the New York Times, we find out that on the Upper East Side, chaffeurs (excuse me–hired drivers) are dropping off well-off nursery school […]

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