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The Wednesday Five: Best of 2015

By Women's Voices For Change
In this week's Wednesday Five, Women's Voices for Change is highlighting some of its most engaging stories of the year — as determined by you, our faithful readers.
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Film & Television

Movie Review: ‘Brooklyn,’ One Girl’s Journey Home

By Alexandra MacAaron
By Alexandra MacAaron

It’s this fact that makes 'Brooklyn' so relevant. As our country debates whether to allow refugees in, we need to reflect upon our own histories and recognize so many common dreams and goals. . . If America is home, it’s because the country welcomed one of our ancestors and gave them a chance to build a new life. We have an opportunity — and I would argue an obligation — to pay it forward.

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Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Hats!

By Women's Voices For Change
A hat is the perfect embellishment: it can create an entire look by dramatizing an ensemble; it can disguise a mood in a way that’s more personal and creative than donning a pair of dark shades. And a hat with a brim can serve a more pedestrian need—UV protection!
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Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Prints & Solids

By Stefania Amfitheatrof
Fashion has broadened its curtain to encompass minimalist trends with the romance and whimsy of bygone eras. The Victorian age meets the future, only to recognize itself in the new millennials. What is a lady to do? Have fun with it!
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General Medical · Health

Sun Damage: Dr. Pat Consults

By Patricia Allen, M.D. & Joel Kassimir, M.D.
Sun exposure will thin our collagen bundles and unravel our elastin fibers. No amount of Botox, fillers, or surgery—though very helpful—can restore the natural beauty that the unexposed person can achieve.
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