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Kid Presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents

Kid Presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents

Kid Presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents Quirk Books, 2014 Stories by David Stabler, Illustrations by Doogie Horner I was lucky enough to pick up this nutsy little book at Book Expo and was waiting for it to come out before I posted about it. It’s here and it’s hilarious! Want to know about(…)

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Is GONE GIRL (the movie) spoiled by having read GONE GIRL, the novel?

Is GONE GIRL (the movie) spoiled by having read GONE GIRL, the novel?

I knew the secret of what happens when Amazing Amy, writer Nick’s Dunne’s wife, goes missing on their fifth wedding anniversary from having read, no been glued to Gillian Flynn’s novel, Gone Girl, so I was thinking of skipping it. But the author, having written her own screen adaptation, made, I think, all the difference.(…)

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You Were Meant For Me, Yona Zeldis McDonough’s newest novel

You Were Meant For Me, Yona Zeldis McDonough’s newest novel

YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME, Yona Zeldis McDonoughPublsher: NAL Accent (Penguin Group) Copyright: 2014 377 pp.   Yona Zeldis McDonough, author of Two of a Kind and A Wedding in Great Neck, latest heroine, Miranda, a thirty-five year old food editor at Domestic Goddess who is single, barely recovering from a breakup, finds an abandoned(…)

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#The Money Shot, play by Neil LaBute , directed by Terry Kinney, at Lucille Lortel Theater

#The Money Shot, play by Neil LaBute , directed by Terry Kinney, at Lucille Lortel Theater

THE MONEY SHOT Lucille Lortel Theatre 121 Christopher St, New York, NY 10014 Closes Oct 19, 2014 Opened Sep 4, 2014 Two actors,  Karen (Elizabeth Reaser) and Steve (Fred Weller) glam movie stars on the wane, desperate to keep their up their  upward trajectories, have agreed to do something  beyond risque in a film by(…)

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Rattle: Call for Submissions for Haiku, Due October 15th, so hurry!

Rattle: Call for Submissions for Haiku, Due October 15th, so hurry!

Passing on the email sent to me:  Dear Rochelle, With our next tribute deadline fast approaching, I wanted to send everyone in our database a quick reminder about upcoming publishing opportunities at Rattle. While I’m at it, I’d also like to remind you that we’re now a fully paying market—everything in print receives $50, while(…)

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Cocktail Party at The Lamb celebrating Geffen Theater

Cocktail Party at The Lamb celebrating Geffen Theater

The Geffen Theater http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geffen_Playhouse hailing from L.A. had the first run of David Margulies’ latest comedy, THE COUNTRY HOUSE, which is now playing at The Samuel J. Friedman Theater. http://thecountryhousebway.com/  (261 W 47th St, New York, NY 10036), threw a cocktail party at THE LAMB CLUB  to celebrate their collaboration with the  Manhattan Theater Club  http://www.thelambsclub.com/  Holly Fink, Robin(…)

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THE COUNTRY HOUSE, a new play by Pulitzer Prize winner, Donald Margulies

THE COUNTRY HOUSE, a new play by Pulitzer Prize winner, Donald Margulies

MANHATTAN THEATRE CLUB’S THE COUNTRY HOUSE OPENS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2 AT MTC’S SAMUEL J. FRIEDMAN THEATRE (261 WEST 47TH STREET) I’m such a fan of Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies‘ Dinner With Friends and Brooklyn Boy that I couldn’t wait to see his latest play,  THE COUNTRY HOUSE, directed by Tony Award winner Daniel Sullivan and produced in conjunction with(…)

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Art Fair at Dumbo reawakens the artist in you!

Art Fair at Dumbo reawakens the artist in you!

Remember how, as a kid, you crayoned page after page of anything, never stopping yourself? It felt like something you just had to do. Well, we can see that the artists at Dumbo have this inner vision that they must get out and it’s so inspiring, whatever art form your working in. Should you decide(…)

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Are We Doing Too Much for our Kids?

Are We Doing Too Much for our Kids?

http://motherhoodlater.com/posts/guest-blog-post-are-we-doing-too-much-for-our-kids-by-rochelle-jewel-shapiro/

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