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Columnists - Life

Time is relatives

I blame Thanksgiving, who arrived late and overstayed her welcome.

Time is relatives

I blame Thanksgiving, who arrived late and overstayed her welcome.

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Pantone’s color of the year is ‘Classic Blue’ so you feel protected and tranquil | Elizabeth Wellington

The 2020 Color of the Year is a cross between royal and navy that Pantone has aptly named Classic Blue.
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Pantone’s color of the year is ‘Classic Blue’ so you feel protected and tranquil | Elizabeth Wellington

The 2020 Color of the Year is a cross between royal and navy that Pantone has aptly named Classic Blue.

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Here’s one more reason black women should stop processing our hair: Breast cancer | Elizabeth Wellington

Black women who use permanent dyes every five to eight weeks or more were associated with a 60% increased risk of breast cancer compared with an 8% increased risk for white women, the report found.
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Here’s one more reason black women should stop processing our hair: Breast cancer | Elizabeth Wellington

Black women who use permanent dyes every five to eight weeks or more were associated with a 60% increased risk of breast cancer compared with an 8% increased risk for white women, the report found.
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Happy Thanksgiving!

I’m wondering if I should cut off my butt to fit into my jeans.This being Thanksgiving weekend, after turkey, stuffing, and pie, you might be thinking the same thing.

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Philadelphia’s Delaware waterfront has moved beyond gas stations and big box stores. Why can’t Bart Blatstein? | Inga Saffron

Next week, the city's zoning board will consider whether the developer should be allowed to build a Super Wawa gas station on Columbus Boulevard in South Philadelphia.

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Who uses pads and tampons? Menstrual products set out to challenge our notions about periods | Elizabeth Wellington

I applaud Always for its bravery. When a bottom line is driven by inclusivity, that’s a win for everyone.

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A Marriott on North Broad Street? That and a lot more planned for a ‘grossly neglected’ part of Philly

Can the city straighten out the intersection but keep the twists and turns that make it special?

Lisa Scottoline: One size does not fit all

You may have heard about the all-female space walk last week by NASA astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir.They left the spaceship to fix a battery charger.

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New York joins growing roster of cities that ban cars on crucial transit streets. Why not Philadelphia? | Inga Saffron

Still struggling with the myths surrounding the failed Chestnut Street Transitway, Philadelphia has been cautious about introducing changes to speed up its buses. But times are changing.

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How this Germantown fashionista expanded her uptown boutique into Fashion District downtown | Elizabeth Wellington

Shani Newton's Dolly’s Boutique is one of four homegrown businesses that The Fashion District is incubating and marketing in its special Uniquely Philly section of the mall.

Lisa Scottoline: Homey for the holidays

Feelings of happiness or pressure? The holidays are coming.

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As Toll Brothers starts work on Jewelers Row tower, merchants wonder what’s next | Inga Saffron

Can the historic street retain its essential character even as its businesses grow more diverse?

Lisa Scottoline: Words of love

Do you remember the term heavy petting? If you do, read on. If not, read on anyway.

She guessed when he was proposing, yet he still managed to surprise her

“I thought I had ruined his big moment, and I felt so awful!” Tess said. But Rob wasn’t even a little upset.

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Diahann Carroll was the crown jewel of beauty and black elegance | Elizabeth Wellington

Diahann Caroll always showed up on the scene 100 percent lady, complete with gloves, panty hose and respectable closed-toe pumps. She’d wear a cute little suit. Perhaps she’d wear a hat. And her lips would be that perfect nude with just a hint of gloss. The goal was class, beauty and elegance.

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