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Overcoming the Stormy Side of Dating

February 20, 2018


For those people who have been living in a pistachio nut shell for the last year, Life in the Boomer Lane will tell you that the politicization of every single aspect of American Life has been quite successful. Examples abound: “This weather sucks.” “The weather was worse under Obama.” “Congrats on your new baby!” “Thanks.  […]

How to Score A Husband by Valentine’s Day 2014

February 5, 2013


For those young single women out there who are contemplating celebrating yet another Valentine’s Day changing the kitty litter and searching for ex-boyfriends on Facebook, a new book by Suzanne Venker assures you that you will have a devoted husband at your side by the time the next chocolate-bloated Valentine’s Day rolls around. Venker says all you […]

The Rise of Sexist Nostalgia

October 4, 2011


More Magazine now alerts us to what they call “Fall’s Worst Trend: Sexist Nostalgia.”  Spurred on by the rampant success of Mad Men,  the show about a Madison Ave advertising agency at the start of the 60s, TV is now presenting Pan Am, a show about flight attendants, and The Playboy Club, a show about, […]