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Arts & Culture · Film & Television

Ode to Breast Cancer Hope: The Movie FIVE Doesn’t Disappoint

By Alexandra MacAaron
Alexandra MacAaron

Last night, I watched the original Lifetime movie FIVE. I expected five short films, each focused on an individual woman’s experience with breast cancer. I expected powerful performances and sensitive subject matter, presented with respect and gravitas by earnest celebrity directors. What I didn’t expect was to be quite so moved. And I certainly didn’t expect to laugh.

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Does Love Last a Lifetime? Measure for Measure

By Womens Voices for Change
By Alix Kucker Recently, a friend lamented that, at age 38, she could no longer hope to find a life partner, because her life was already half over.  Her dilemma struck me to the core, and moved me to respond: My friend, You must know that your life isn’t nearly half over; it hasn’t half begun. Yes, I am absolutely…
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