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    Stop the Spread of D.C.’s Hate and Intolerance

    Stop the Spread of D.C.’s Hate and Intolerance

    By Assemblymember Phil Ting The hateful rhetoric being spewed from D.C. today has a tragic side effect—it gives permission to those with hate in their hearts to act on their…

    Wedding Photography That Captures Love for Eternity

    Wedding Photography That Captures Love for Eternity

    By Misti Layne It is off-the-charts exciting and monumental when you get engaged. But, let’s be honest here. It is also daunting to plan a wedding and envision your dream…

    Twelve Habits of Happy People

    Twelve Habits of Happy People

    By Tom Moon, MFT Research shows that 50 percent of a person’s happiness level is genetically determined, 10 percent is affected by life circumstances and situation, and the remaining 40…

    March Madness: How to Fill Out a Winning Bracket

    March Madness: How to Fill Out a Winning Bracket

    By John Chen Laying poolside—diligently turning golden brown in sunny 95-degree Palm Springs and surrounded by beautiful, playful, social naked men of all shapes and sizes—I was in paradise, although…

    Rising LGBT Political Luminary Brian Sims Shares Thoughts Ahead of ‘Wine Train Pride Ride’ Appearance

    Rising LGBT Political Luminary Brian Sims Shares Thoughts Ahead of ‘Wine Train Pride Ride’ Appearance

    By Cheryl Stotler Although he is still under 40, LGBT activist, politician and lawyer Brian Sims has already accomplished so much in his 38 years. For a start, he was…

    The Healing Power of Friendship

    The Healing Power of Friendship

    By Karen Williams, M.Ed. When I was a child playing outdoors in The Bronx, we used to sing rhymes. One of my favorite went like this: “Make new friends but keep…

    Speaking to Your Soul

    Speaking to Your Soul

    By Elisa Quinzi The current planetary forces invite us to focus on working on the details of our lives in order to manifest the bigger picture. By serving what’s in…

    The Write Calligrapher for You

    The Write Calligrapher for You

    By Sally Laporta Do you want to make a far better first impression with your wedding than your friends have done? The outer envelope of your invitations may be handwritten…

    Ease for Your Knees

    Ease for Your Knees

    By Cinder Ernst This is the forth article in the “Walking Is Wonderful” series. We began with helping you to get started. Then we addressed foot pain and how to…

    Ease on Down the Road

    Ease on Down the Road

    By Cinder Ernst This is the third article in the Walking is Wonderful series. In the first articles (find them in the archives), we guided you on getting started easily…

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