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Movie Review: ‘Goodbye to All That,’ Starring Paul Schneider, Melanie Lynskey

Paul Schneider and Ashley Hewitt in 'Goodbye to All That.' Photo from the film.

Playwright and screenwriter of 'Junebug,' the award winning Angus MacLachlan, has done it again with 'Goodbye to All That' Read More »

Software Review: ‘Magix Fastcut’

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With a good amount of features, Magix Fastcut is an intuitive, easy to use solution for GoPro and other action cam users. Read More »

Smart Ways to Prevent Smartphone Theft

It’s a smart idea to consider security options to keep your smartphone and your personal information secure. Read More »

“Serial” Podcast Reveals a National Appetite for Storytelling

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NPR's "Serial" has caught the nation by storm (and surprise). Read More »

The Ariadne GPS App Provides Groundbreaking Accessibility to Users with Disabilities

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Ariadne GPS puts sophisticated navigation technology into the pockets of blind and visually impaired users. Read More »

The Road to Freelance Writing

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What does it take to be a freelance writer? Read More »

Interview with TV’s Nanny Whisperer Tammy Gold, Founder of Gold Parent Coaching

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I had a chance to talk with Nanny Whisperer Tammy Gold, LCSW, MSW, CEC, whose book I reviewed recently on these pages. As founder of Gold Parent Coaching, Gold is one of the most sought-after parenting and childcare experts in the country, and is a frequent guest on TV’s Good Morning America and Today. From your background in child development, what have you ... Read More »

Don’t Be Afraid to ‘Light the Candle’ of Spiritual Identity

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Attending church has had a powerful effect on my daily life. And I've found that outwardly sharing this spiritually based view on life and health builds a foundation for happiness. Read More »

Billy Collins, Former Poet Laureate at the NY Botanical Gardens: ‘The Holiday Train Show’

Billy Collins reading "Winter," in Ross Hall at the NYBG during The Holiday Train Show. Photo by Carole Di Tosti

Children's screams of delight and laughter and adults "ahhhs" accompanied the beauty and splendor of the magnificent miniature recreations designed and staged amongst flowering plants and foliage. Read More »

Theater/Concert Review: ‘Rameau’s Nephew’ by Diderot, Presented by Salon/Sanctuary Concerts

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Salon/Sanctuary contextualizes ancient music for modern audiences, and while there are countless concerts in New York City every week, no one else does precisely this. Read More »