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Artist and Activist AleXsandro Palombo Raises Awareness on Women’s Issues

Artist and activist AleXsandro Palombois creates art series that raise awareness on social and political issues. He takes a special interest in women’s causes including breast cancer, domestic violence, anorexia, disability and asks us to rethink and redefine our notions of beauty. Palombo refers to his cartoony artworks as “humor chic,” and he has a blog of the same name.

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Hillary Clinton

Interview about The Destruction of Hillary Clinton by Susan Bordo for the Forward

How did an extraordinarily well-qualified, experienced, and admired candidate — whose victory would have been as historic as Barack Obama’s — come to be seen as a tool of the establishment, a chronic liar, and a talentless politician?

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How to Accept a Compliment with Grace | by Wendy Toth and Power Pantsuiting

I was the youngest of three girls and was born a ham. I love attention—thrive on it really. So I’ve never been one to shy away from any limelight I can grab. When somebody gives me a compliment I grin ear-to-ear and say, “Thank you!” I figure that’s like positive reinforcement. If their compliment is met with an enthusiastic response, then they will be more likely to compliment me again, right?

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When You Wake Up and Your YouTube Channel Has 888K Views!

A-list celebrities I’ve interviewed include Steven Spielberg, Susan Sarandon, Woody Allen, Ryan Gosling, James Franco, Helen Mirren, and many more. I’ve been a guest on Dr. Drew, Seven On Your Side, NY1 and radio shows. My New York Times essay is required reading at CUNY and my stories have been published in several book anthologies.

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Tye Sheridan

Candid Interview with Rising Star Tye Sheridan

Dorri Olds interviewed “Detour” lead actor, Tye Sheridan. Sheridan landed his first big break as Steve, the son to Brad Pitt’s character in Terrence Malick’s “Tree of Life.” In 2012’s “Mud,” Sheridan starred as a neglected boy opposite Matthew McConaughey. In 2013, he played the son of an alcoholic in “Joe,” co-starring with Nicolas Cage.

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Elizabeth Vargas

20/20 Anchor Elizabeth Vargas Talks About Anxiety, Alcohol and Her Moving Memoir

“A huge part of my alcoholism was anxiety,” 20/20 anchor Elizabeth Vargas told me. “I had panic attacks since kindergarten.” During our interview and in her new book, Between Breaths: A Memoir of Panic and Addiction, the veteran newscaster was candid about almost losing everything.

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Greg Jefferys

Tasmanian Angel Leads Hep C Sufferers to Affordable Meds

Australian Greg Jefferys was near death with Hep C. The exorbitant cost of HCV treatment set him on a sojourn to find generic pills. Now he is cured and saving lives by helping strangers gain access to affordable Hepatitis C treatment.

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NY Post

Pulp, Crime and the Headlines of the New York Post | Honeysuckle Magazine

Written for Honeysuckle Magazine Click Here for PDF New York Post Wins For Best Crime Headlines Honeysuckle Magazine can’t get enough of the New York Post crime section. We’re lured in by the gallows humor and titillated by their tasty recipe of bloody, punny headlines and a fascination with the noir side of life. Our … Read more

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Woman in Afghanistan

Meet Laila — the Brave Woman Saving Heroin Addicts in Afghanistan

Excerpts from my article written for The Fix All photos courtesy of Mirzaei Films. Laila at the Bridge—How to Combat Heroin Addiction in Afghanistan A new documentary follows a woman’s efforts in Afghanistan to fight addiction. Since the fall of the Taliban, the production of opium has skyrocketed. Afghanistan produces 90% of the world’s supply and 11% … Read more

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Ray Liotta

Dorri Olds Interview with Ray Liotta

Ray Liotta is an interesting interview. Candid, clearly not canned responses. Here he talks about The Iceman, about hitman Richard Kuklinski (Michael Shannon) and his wife played by Winona Ryder.

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