Tag Archives : midlife women

Film & Television

Duplicity Breaks The Age Barrier

By Laura Baudo Sillerman
The reviews have been stunning.   The lead roles are played by actors who are stunning.  The twists and turns of the plot are, well, stunning.  But all of that is nothing compared to the phenomenal moment when we go into the dark and duplicitous techno-cryptic, cutting edge and gritty intelligence/ counterintelligence den manned by men and one…wait a minute, can…
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The only Election Day post you’ll need….

By Patricia Yarberry Allen, M.D.
A dialogue: What does today mean to you? By any measure, today's election is unlike any in a generation. It's a very emotional moment for all of us who remember strings of events, over years, that led up to today.  As promised, below are some thoughts from some of the women who camw together, three years ago, to form Women's…
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