Jonathan Tropper Mans Up for Latest Novel

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13586743 For the uninitiated, reading a Jonathan Tropper is akin to taking a guided tour through the modern male psyche. Over the course of six seriocomic novels involving health hazards, career crossroads and relationship crises, including the highly-acclaimed This Is Where I Leave You and the just-released One Last Thing Before I Go, the author has [&hellip
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Pick of the Litter: Cutest (and Most Adoptable) Pet of the Week

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attachment One night in May, a couple was driving back to NYC from upstate, when they suddenly saw one little kitten all by herself in the middle of the road. They stopped the car, rescued her, and brought her to Bideawee! Zelda was rushed to our veterinary hospital where she needed fluids immediately for dehydration. Now [&hellip
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The Silent Treatment: “Chaplin” Lacks Color But Shows Off a Winning Performance in Rob McClure

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Photo by Joan Marcus Film and theatre are diametrically opposed art forms. The former excels at the intimate, excavating hidden moments and private feelings for all to see. The latter, on the other hand, works in the broad strokes, accentuating the ordinary in a grand manner. So could it have ever been possible to bring the life story of [&hellip
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Yoga Pro Dishes Relaxation Tips

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Dana Slamp_king pidgeon By Sharon Feiereisen With summer coming to a close and workloads amping up we spoke with yoga pro Dana Slamp, one of Pure Yoga’s most popular instructors, about what we can do to ease tensions, anxiety, and stress. Do you have a good breathing exercise to alleviate anxiety?  For anxiety, sit in a quiet place [&hellip
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Steve Powers to NYC with New Exhibit

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sp image 3 BY Veronica Hoglund With seven years having passed since his last solo art exhibit in New York City, the multifaceted artist Stephen Powers has returned with his latest exhibition  “A Word is Worth a Thousand Pictures” – having just opened this past Thursday, September 6th at Joshua Liner Gallery in Chelsea. Using the allure of [&hellip
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No Discontent Here: Mark Rylance’s Globe Reimagining of “Richard III” Puts the Man in Manic

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Alastair Muir (This is the third of a four-part look at West End shows that may ultimately move to Broadway.)   If ham can be cured, is it also possible for such an item to be disciplined? There’s evidence to support that case in Tim Carroll’s current production of William Shakespeare’s Richard III at the Globe, with [&hellip
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