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  • Got a Thumb Sucker? A CT Mom Has Solution!

    Got a Thumb Sucker?  A CT Mom Has Solution!
    Does your child suck his thumb?  It's very common:  15% of kids in the United States between the ages of 5 and 9 years partake in this habit.  Are you worried about his teeth?  Do you want him to STOP?  Well, Dr. Susan Braun, a mom and orthodontist, has...
  • Eva Chen's 'Lucky' choice

    Eva Chen's 'Lucky' choice
    Eva Chen is a fashion magazine prodigy. Chosen by the longtime Vogue editor Anna Wintour, Chen became the youngest magazine editor in the history of Conde Nast in 2013 when she was hired to lead Lucky, the shopping-focused glossy, at the age of 33....
  • Apple's new music streaming service could revive the recording industry

    Apple's new music streaming service could revive the recording industry
    Apple Inc. is poised to unveil what analysts and record label executives hope will be a game-changer in the way consumers listen to music. Taking on the likes of Spotify and Pandora, the Cupertino, Calif., tech giant is expected to announce a $10-a-...
  • Your house can be more dangerous than you think

    Your house can be more dangerous than you think
    Soap may seem to be keeping germs at bay, but in many homes, it's doing harm. Surprisingly, there are items lurking in most homes that are unhealthy because they're old or contain harmful ingredients. The good news? For the most part, these things...
  • Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins returns with 'Gloria'

    The great playwright Arthur Miller rarely changed a word of his plays during rehearsals. The equally great Tennessee Williams rewrote furiously until he had to stop. Which model does rising playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins identify with? Let's just...
  • US household wealth reaches new high of nearly $85 trillion

    A rising stock market and climbing home prices boosted Americans' net worth to a new high in the first three months of the year. The Federal Reserve said Thursday that the value of Americans' stock holdings, real estate and other assets rose to $84.9...
  • Encouraging signs for American Muslims

    Times are tough for American Muslims, but there are also plenty of reasons to be optimistic. First, the bad news. Organized bigotry against Muslims continues to thrive. In Arizona, about 250 protesters recently assembled in front of the Islamic...
  • A look at Faith Hope Consolo

    NAME: Faith Hope Consolo JOB TITLE: Chairman, the Retail Group of Douglas Elliman Real Estate PRIOR EXPERIENCE: Before joining Elliman in 2005, Consolo served as vice chairman of Garrick-Aug Worldwide, founding the firm's international division in...
  • Roundup: Kapoor's controversial sculptures plus art school infatuation with 'sophomoric' disruption

    Roundup: Kapoor's controversial sculptures plus art school infatuation with 'sophomoric' disruption
    Protests at institutions on the both the East and West coasts, Anish Kapoor’s sexy installations in France, and how women get written out of art history in the U.K. (and beyond). Plus: a soon-to-be demolished Modernist gem in Tokyo, the wild...
  • Should you be panicking about a stock market crash?

    Should you be panicking about a stock market crash?
    Monday's Wall Street Journal hauls out a hardy perennial of stock market reporting: a warning that a widely followed market analysis tool is flashing a "sell" signal.  In this case, the tool is the so-called Dow Theory, which was developed from the...
  • ACLU lawyer on Nazis and getting tased in the line of duty

    ACLU lawyer on Nazis and getting tased in the line of duty
    The California section's Bob Sipchen cornered American Civil Liberties Union attorney Peter Bibring at Justice Urban Tavern, a block from the Los Angeles Police Department's headquarters/dog park. Appropriately, a man on the sidewalk waved a placard and...