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Rock ‘n Role

I remember being cool. I remember knowing which bands were hot, which writer even hotter. Read More »

Home Is Where They Take You

Ann explores the concept of "home." Read More »

Small Town Business

Growing up in and around a city, I learned what I knew about small town life from television and books. Read More »

Taken With Tacones

Okay, so I have 38 pairs of summer shoes... you gotta problem with that? Read More »

Subtle Bias

Ann examines the issue of the subtler forms of bias. Read More »

Lipstick Vogue

On the essentials of looking put together and whether or not to get color tattooed on your lips after 70... Read More »

The Fat Back Dilemma

Two Ann(e)s lament the trials and tribulations of bra shopping Read More »

TV Review: The Shield – “Spanish Practices”

Shield’s season finale offers political ammunition, new romances, and thwarted mob hits. A mild season’s end for a controversial series. Read More »

Drowning Woody

I spent half my youth in a dark movie theater, and Woody Allen was my hero. The voice of the people. Then he changed all that for me, face-to-face. Read More »

TV Review: The Shield – “Recoil”

Triple crosses, backroom political dealings, blackmail photos, and hacked-off body parts — the magic is back! Read More »