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Evan Forsch, Week of Nov. 22, 2012
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Ira Blutreich
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Conversations With Health By Christopher Hassett   I actually think my diet is quite good.  I eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.  I get enough protein.  I exercise.  I’m at a great weight.  Yet with all of it I still don’t feel right.  I feel stuck, run down, uninspired, lifeless, alone.  Not sure where I’m read more here »

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Out of the shadows
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Evan Forsch, Oct. 25, 2012
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David Rothenberg’s new book took a lifetime to write

BY JERRY TALLMER  | There was once a mercifully forgotten book and television series called “I Led Three Lives.” Well, David Rothenberg,  a Greenwich Villager for almost all his 79 years, has led more than a dozen very full lives, as clocked via the chapter headings of his just published life story, “Fortune in My Eyes.” As read more here »

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CONVERSATIONS WITH HEALTH By Christopher Hassett          I’m a little confused about protein.  How much of it do we need each day, and how much of it should come from our friendly farm animals? Some of your columns have addressed the benefits of a plant-based diet, but wouldn’t that create a risk for protein read more here »

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Here’s to the working class

BY CLAYTON PATTERSON  |  My goal with these photos is to give some positive exposure to those hard-working people who make our life easier, but whose existence is given hardly more notice than a passing shadow. As someone who grew up at the bad end of the working class, I have never lost my love read more here »

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BY CLAYTON PATTERSON  |  In making decisions and choices regarding who I am and how I view the world, all I really have to reflect on are my own experiences. As it turns out, I do have a connection to Mitt Romney. It starts with the fundraising speech he made that was caught on video: read more here »

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