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Summertime Breakfast Bonanza

Esther Ottensoser

Once school is out, mornings are somewhat less hectic and time may allow for more than just the standard quick-fix breakfast. Here are some special, homey ideas to make these relaxing, rare-occasion breakfasts and brunches memorable.

 

Peering at the Future

Malka Forster

Can it save lives — or cause unnecessary anguish? Both, it seems. Here are two sides of the heated debate on the 20-week prenatal scan

 

Knitting Women Together

Barbara Bensoussan

The picture of granny sitting in a rocking chair and clacking away with her needles is the stereotype we associate with knitting. However, this age-old art has reemerged as a hobby, with enthusiasts from across the age spectrum, women who enjoy both the soothing act of knitting, and the beautiful items they can create.

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