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Seasonal Affective Disorder: Sunny Suggestions for the Light-lorn

Before you know it, spring will be here and you will enter the sunny part of the year with a bright spirit and a lightness of being. People are like stained glass windows, they sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when darkness sets in, their true ... Source: Huffingtonpost.com

The Unbearable Lightness of Vitriol

Representative Gabrielle Giffords had not regained consciousness after being shot four days earlier. She lay in a coma until the President arrived. But let us allow him to tell it in his own words, because, as everyone knows, words are what he does best. Source: RedState

Goodreads Announces the Winners of the 2010 Goodreads Choice Awards

Memoir & Autobiography: Unbearable Lightness by Portia de Rossi The television actress's candid account of her struggle with anorexia beat out memoirs from comedienne Carol Burnett and former First Lady Laura Bush. Humor: Bite Me by Christopher Moore Moore ... Source: Melodika.net

A Whole Lot of Lone Nuts

The ONLY reason the left is screaming "political hatred talk by the right caused this" is because their message is being rejected by the majority, and they don't like the truth. One thing never changes, and that's HUMAN NATURE. Human Nature says, "you only ... Source: FAIR

Book review: "Battle Hymn" raises intriguing questions about parenting

The turning point came when, after years of practicing and performing, Lulu expressed her hatred of the violin, her mother and of being Chinese. Chua imagined a Western parent's take on Lulu's rebellion: "Why torture yourself and your child? What's the point? Source: Denver Post

Did You Know That Portia De Rossi's Ex-Husband Ran Off With Her Brother's Wife?

If you didn't, then you obviously haven't read her memoir Unbearable Lightness: A Story of Loss and Gain. Having read the book ourselves MONTHS ago, we knew all about it, but it seems to be new information for some of you. So, allow us to review. Source: PerezHilton.com

Portia De Rossi’s Ex-Husband Left Her For Her Sister-In-Law

“[My brother] had married his longtime girlfriend, Renee, just before leaving Australia and the two newlyweds moved into an apartment in the same Melrose Place-style complex that was home to me and [my husband] Mel. ... The fact that Renee would wear ... Source: The Frisky

What Shoulda’ Won 1988’s Academy Award for Best Picture

Okay, that’s a stupid reason, but it illustrates how close to my heart this movie is. Screenwriter George Gallo, a great writer and an absolutely awesome human being, gives De Niro and Grodin amazing one-liners and fantastic characters. Taking nothing ... Source: Big Hollywood (blog)

What Are You Reading?

I thought I'd put this question out there partly for selfish reasons. I finished Patti Smith's Just Kids over the holidays and am looking for my next book. I like switching between fiction and non- but sometimes stick in the same area for a while. I also ... Source: Towleroad

Letters at 3AM: Life as We Don't Know It

The revolution won't be televised? It's being televised, disguised as a Hispanic soap opera – for in a society that lives by entertainment, a prime shift in entertainment means, eventually, change with a capital "C." That, too, makes me happy. Source: Austin Chronicle

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