John Carucci, Associated Press Updated 11:34 am PDT, Tuesday, May 14, 2019 FILE - In this April 14, 2018 file photo, Howard Stern speaks at the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Cleveland Public Auditorium in Cleveland. Stern talks about what he’s learned, his regrets, and what he wishes he had gotten right in his new book “Howard Stern Comes Again.” It’s a combination of interviews from Stern’s radio show, interspersed with previously unspoken details about his life. (Photo by Michael Zorn/Invision/AP, File) less FILE - In this April 14, 2018 file photo, Howard Stern speaks at the 2018 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony at Cleveland Public Auditorium in Cleveland. Stern talks about what he’s learned, his ... more Photo: Michael Zorn, Michael Zorn/Invision/AP … [Read more...] about In new book, Stern talks regret, and how therapy changed him
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AMES, Iowa—The presidential run of Beto O’Rourke is a profoundly personality-driven exercise, his charisma and Kennedy-esque demeanor the topic of one profile after another, so it’s surprising to listen to his speeches on the stump in which he doesn’t talk a whole lot about himself. In Iowa recently, over several days in a rainy, foggy, uncertain stretch of spring, O’Rourke delivered a series of speeches and held question-and-answer sessions in which he spoke at length about unity, civility and inclusivity, and only rarely touched on his personal story. There was one notable exception: When he did offer up bits of his biography, he leaned most heavily on his run last year against Ted Cruz for a spot in the United States Senate. He recounted for the crowds tales of the places he went and the people he met during his barnstorming, freewheeling, attention-getting campaign, coming back to two numbers: 254, the number of counties in gargantuan Texas, all of … [Read more...] about Beto’s Long History of Failing Upward
Hours after withdrawing as a candidate to serve on the Federal Reserve Board, Stephen Moore expressed shock that his critics had pored over his divorce records and decades-old columns. “If I had any sense that this would happen — people would be looking at my writings from 20, 25 years ago — I would have told the president, ‘Wait a minute, I can’t do a Senate confirmation,’” Moore told Fox Business Network on Thursday.Story Continued Below But the White House probably should have seen it coming. Past administrations have historically spent weeks or even months trying to identify potentially damaging information about candidates for administration jobs — long before their nominations are announced. Yet Trump’s White House again appeared to neglect the basic vetting that has for decades been the cornerstone of the nomination process. “What went wrong here was the vetting process,” Moore acknowledged during Thursday’s … [Read more...] about Moore is just the latest casualty of Trump’s nomination process
What is the greatest love story in the English language? Few art forms can rival the power to convey love's complexities and heartrending power than fiction. People can send each other their playlists, poems and portraits all they want, but when you want to be transported into another world and experience another person's heart, we maintain nothing can beat the written word, whether it's Shakespeare or "The Notebook." For Valentine's Day, PhillyVoice asked writers with a local tie this question: What is the greatest love story in the English language? Here's what they shared: Jennifer Weiner: Former Philadelphia Inquirer columnist and author of "In Her Shoes" and other best-sellers. Her novel, Mrs. Everything, will be out on June 25th from Atria Books. I don’t know if Shining Through by Susan Isaacs qualifies as the greatest story in the English language – that would probably be Paradise Lost – but if you’re looking for a ravishing love … [Read more...] about What’s the greatest love story ever?
That’s because right after her daughter was born in 2014 — before all that trouble began — everything felt amazing. Abramson was smitten, just as she had imagined she would be. She would look into her baby’s round, alert eyes and feel adrenaline rush through her. She had so much energy. “I actually was thinking, like, ‘I don’t get why other moms say they’re so tired, or this is so hard. I got this,'” she said. Abramson wanted to be the perfect mom. She and her husband lived in San Francisco, and she had worked as a successful entrepreneur and marketing executive for a Silicon Valley tech company. She was organized and ready to start a family. And that first week after her baby was born, everything was going according to plan. The world was nothing but love. Then the baby started losing weight, and the pediatrician told Abramson to feed her every two hours. The new mother started to feel as if she couldn’t keep up. “It … [Read more...] about Postpartum Psychosis Is Real, Rare And Dangerous