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September 8 in history:

On this date in 1892, a magazine called “The Youth’s Companion” printed a 22-word verse to be recited by U.S. schoolchildren that fall, on the 400th anniversary of Columbus’s arrival in the Americas.  130 more words

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An Apartment of One's Own

“I love living alone. I feel like the queen of my own little castle.” Those were the words my son’s girlfriend posted on Facebook after moving into the first apartment she rented by herself after years of roommates (including my son). 683 more words

Always a Friend

“When I was growing up,
my mother was always a friend
to my siblings and me
(in addition to being all the other things a mom is),
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Marlo Thomas Reflects On What's Changed For Women Since 'Free To Be You And Me' - And What Hasn't

‘In 1972, there was no woman in the Senate. Now we have 20 women in the Senate, and all of them are married, and they all have children.’ View this image ‘ Marlo Thomas in the Free To Be You And Me TV special Courtesy of Marlo Thomas One of my earliest memories is being probably 3 or 4

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A Great Presentation With Phil Donahue

In a splendid hour or so of conversation with The Hudson Union Society’s Joe Pascal, the great Phil Donahue entertained the audience with memories of his great career. 130 more words

Fashionable Quote of the Week by Marlo Thomas

When I launched my television series That Girl in 1966, I never expected to set fashion trends. I was just excited to be bringing something groundbreaking to viewers: TV’s first independent working woman. 187 more words