Archives for March 2011

Nonna Flora’s Pasta Genovese

by Ann Casolaro Minard ~My Nonna with my dad and siblings~ La Genovese is a bit of a mystery because it does not come from Genoa, but from Naples, and some even say that this is one of Naples best kept secrets! Pasta Genovese is in fact one of the highest praised dishes to come […]

Japan Earthquake and Tsunami: Red Cross is Asking for Help

posted by Nigel Voight The above video is first person footage of the devastation wreaked by the Japanese tsunami. After viewing the video, if you wish to contribute, the instructions below are from The American Red Cross. [From source: Red Cross] The Red Cross is asking for help to aid Japan. If you are in […]

Advice from an "Expert in Failed Relationships"

Not a Piece of ‘Meet’ Dear EFR: I have been married for five years, and during that time my sex life has just been a misery. My husband cannot get interested in me unless I allow him to get ‘creative.’  As a result, I’ve had to endure what I consider some of the most perverted […]

Surefire Success Strategies for Your Writing Life

by Sage Cohen Creating a successful writing life depends as much on our attitudes, strategies and systems, as it does on great writing. Follow the steps below to create your own productivity blueprint, and make 2011 your best writing and publishing year yet. Define what success means to you Since we generally accomplish close to […]

The Code

by Sashana Kane Proctor Photo by Chrissy Maini   Hey! I was eating that cheesecake! Give it back! I wasn’t done eating that! Who do you think you are anyway? Who let you in here? Who gave you the gate code? You can’t get in here without the code! Oh… Look! What if I promise […]