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Women Rule:
Find out what Prince Harry, Michael Moore, Warren Buffet and others really think of women. (It's all good.)

Ebru's Cake
by Irwin Goldman

When Ebru bakes a cake

She puts in chocolate

Sunshine coconut flakes and love...


A Netherlands Experiment
What to Do With Humanity
The Basically Brooklyn Series
by Jon Simonds

In Utrecht, Netherlands they are aiming to address this problem with something called UBI, a theory redefining life as we have come to know it.

UBI is an acronym for Universal Basic Income.

It would allow for the head of a household to receive... continued

(l to r) Mistress of Ceremonies Meredith Vieira, Hall of Fame Honoree Maria Rodale, Legacy Award Honoree Scott Manning, Gene Stone, Gene Bauer, Charles Fishman, Ann Ogden Gaffney, Amy Ellis Nutt, Frances Fisher (presenter for Maria Rodale), Hall of Fame Honoree Marianne Williamson, Deanna Fei, Sarah Hepola, Co-Mistress of Ceremonies Ann Leary, PJ O'Rourke (presenter for Scott Manning)

At a much-loved annual ceremony in New York City's TimesCenter, ten self-improvement authors won awards in the cateogries of childcare, cookbook, first book, green, inspriational memoir, motivational, psychology, relationships, spiritual, and wellness.

Click here to see the winners, who include Gloria Steinem for My Life on the Road. The event helps raise money for MS research.

Seeking Jordan
an interview with author Matthew McKay by Kim Corbin

If you have lost someone you deeply love, or have become strongly aware of your mortality, it's hard to avoid wondering about life after death, the existence of God, notions of heaven and hell, and why we are here in the first place.

The murder of Matthew McKay's son, Jordan, sent him on a journey in search of ways to communicate with his son despite fears and uncertainty... continued

NEWSBRIEFS Oprah Winfrey, Jimmmy Fallon and more - with positive news to share.

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