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Wednesday, 22 August 2012

Wednesday, August 22, 2012
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It's that classic movie scene when a couple (in the bedroom, the office, the gym -- pretty much anywhere) whispers into each others' ears and leaves us with a tingly feeling. The key to uncovering their dirty talk is not trying to figure out what they're saying -- but how to use these phrases ourselves.

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Erin Maynes: In Heaven at a Foodie Party
This year, the French gastronomic group, Omnivore, went international, and selected Montreal as one of its 12 destinations. The focus is on the young, innovative talents taking on the food scene. The event took place at the Société des Arts Technologiques (SAT) -- four days where chefs from Paris and Quebec, plus one invitee from Toronto, demonstrated their techniques for local (and sometimes not so local) foodies. And boy was it delicious!
Andrea Traynor: Your Kid's First Day Of School: What New Parents Need To Know's August, so inevitably just about everything, at every turn, is back to school-related. But some of us aren't sending our kids back to school -- we're sending them off to school for the first time. My first-born -- my baby boy who's actually four-years-old and no longer resembles a baby in any way except in my mind -- starts junior kindergarten in less than a month. We are so not ready.
Elizabeth Kantor: What Feminists Really Think of Jane Austen
The feminists have discovered The Jane Austen Guide to Happily Ever After. Or, at the very least, decided that they can't go on ignoring it -- and they're definitely not sold. But does taking a modern approach on Austen's classic work ruin it? Which approach really reduces Austen's work? Taking her principles seriously, and asking how her insights might apply today? Or dismissing her ideas about love and sex -- wherever they don't overlap with modern enlightened opinion -- as blind prejudices that she would surely grow out of if only we could whisk her to the 21st century?
Lisa Turner: Age More Gracefully: 11 Foods For Midlife Women
There's not much you can do to stop the inexorable march of time; but you can protect your health, and age more gracefully, with the following foods:
Kathy Buckworth: Harry Potter and the Educational Vacation
"Learning doesn't take a vacation." Okay, like most annoying moms, I said it and this summer, I tried to live it. During a family vacation to London, England, I attempted to make our visit a mixture of the historic and the fun (they're not always interchangeable, no matter what my history buff husband says), hoping that the kids would learn something, even if their summer-vacation-new-knowledge resistance factor was strong.

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