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  • Matt Lauer takes Jay Leno inside his Pamela Anderson costume trauma

    Matt Lauer takes Jay Leno inside his Pamela Anderson costume trauma
    The morning show format doesn't lend itself to going in-depth on any one topic. It's a lot of happy chit-chat and local weather. That's what the late night talk show can do -- really drill down into the subjects that most affect our lives. "Today" host...
  • 12 cocktail dresses to get you through the holidays

    12 cocktail dresses to get you through the holidays
    A girl can never own too many pairs of shoes, lipsticks or dresses. But out of the three, dresses rate as more of an investment, particularly when it comes to special occasions. There's the little black dress (amped up with the right accessories, of...
  • Nov. 3, 2013

    Nov. 3, 2013
    HONORABLE MENTIONS You promised that if I liked my candy, I could keep it. I couldn't take that chance. -- Shelly Oster, Orem, Utah On a positive note, Mom, your Spanx are very comfortable. -- Bill Hook, Plainville Sometimes I feel like I am my own...
  • Savage Love: Lotion Up

    Savage Love: Lotion Up
    My girlfriend always responds positively when I initiate sex with her, but she hardly ever initiates sex with me. I'm a no-beat-around-the-bush kind of guy, but I realize that this can be a sensitive topic, and I don't want to scare her by saying, "Please...
  • TV review: 'Super Fun Night' and Rebel Wilson are still weighed down

    TV review: 'Super Fun Night' and Rebel Wilson are still weighed down
    We've come a long way, maybe, since Camryn Manheim made her famous "this is for all the fat girls" acceptance speech at the 1998 Emmys after winning for her portrayal of Ellenor Frutt in "The Practice." Since then, Brooke Elliott won critical praise for...
  • Ted Kennedy Jr.'s Disarming Candor

    Not that it matters much to most politicians, but there's a fairly easy way to get on my good side, at least temporarily. I place a disproportionate weight on how they handle encounters with my son. So it came to pass on Father's Day on 2011 that The...
  • Women's dresses: 'Mad Men' styles for a trendy, modern look

    Women's dresses: 'Mad Men' styles for a trendy, modern look
    After decades of casual Fridays, fashion is turning back toward a more formal, put-together style. For inspiration, look no further than your television. “Mad Men” is back with another season and another year of 60s styles for fashion fans...
  • Fashion referee rules on black and white stripes

    Fashion referee rules on black and white stripes
    Dear Answer Angel: Can you explain to me why dressing like a referee is in fashion right now? Almost every 15th person I pass on the street has some form of the black and white vertical stripes on. What is the attraction to this fad?! I am flabbergasted...
  • Essay: at Spanx, the battle of the bulges is on

    Essay: at Spanx, the battle of the bulges is on
    I have known the wonder of the buttlet. I have witnessed the technology that is the In-Power Line Super High Shaping Sheer. My chest has been lifted to gravity-defying heights, as if each breast was finally ready to meet in the uncharted territory of my...
  • References are a very big deal today

    DEAR JOYCE: I was asked for my references when I applied as an office worker at a company near my house. I hadn't worked before so I asked several of my neighbors for references. The office manager said they were "friend" references, not job references,...
  • Debut novelist Amy Sue Nathan lets go of appearance anxiety

    Debut novelist Amy Sue Nathan lets go of appearance anxiety
    Publishing my first book was a major event in my life and it's been full of surprises. I didn't know my throat would tighten when strangers emailed photos of my novel in bookstores and airports. I didn't know that classmates who hadn't seen me in 30 years...
  • Prop or problem? Well, neither

    Prop or problem? Well, neither
    In 2007, I was finishing a book about my husband's race for the U.S. Senate in Ohio when my editor called with some changes. In the book, I had rattled off quite a list of all the wrongs, perceived and otherwise, visited on us during the campaign. Unfair...