Tag Archives : Laura Baudo Sillerman

Fitness · News

The Day after The Derby- I’ll Have Another

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
By Laura Baudo Sillerman

In the face of what is wrong with thoroughbred racing, the sight of a long shot-- ridden by a rookie, named for a ritual between husband and wife-- closing in on and beating a hands-down favorite was a beautiful thing to see.

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Poetry

How to Write a Love Poem

By Women's Voices For Change
This Valentine's Day, give something that's from the heart, not from the mart. A poem can be just about the most heartfelt expression there is.
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Fashion & Beauty

September 11, 2011: A Nation United By Hope

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
Laura Baudo Sillerman

Did September 11, 2011, reconstitute any of those equations? Put another way, did the marathon of remembering restore us as a nation in any way? Strangely, I believe the answer may be yes. We may not have gotten back to the innocence of a decade ago, but we just might have healed a bit in places where we weren’t even aware of the hurt.

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Lifestyle

August Musings: A Most Unusual August, 1967

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
By Laura Baudo Sillerman

Children of the children of the Great Depression learned to make the most of what was at hand. August 1967 was about making more of what one young woman had at her disposal and making a kind of magic in the process.

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News · Politics

NPR and the Nation

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
By Laura Baudo Sillerman

It seems as though the least we can do is inform ourselves about our National Public Radio system and its actual practices.

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