11 21 2014
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'Pass It Down' Cookbook Chronicles Recipes from Notable Black Chefs

The book is part history lesson, part community recipe collection

Last year, love advice books were all the rage in publishing, at least in terms of the African-American demographic. But judging from the e arly offerings of 2011, it looks like the how-to focus has shifted from the bedroom to the kitchen. After all, it's only March, and the "Pass It Down Cookbook" already represents the fourth opus I've reviewed


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Book: 'D.C. Undressed' Reveals Clarence Thomas' Love Life

Jurist Lillian McEwen reveals extent of Justice's sexual escapades

When Clarence Thomas' wife, Ginni, placed a phone call to Anita Hill last fall asking for an apology for the tawdry testimony during the Supreme Court confirmation hearings which had almost torpedoed her husband's candidacy, little did she know the extent to which the ill-advised request would only open up a can of worms.

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Portland Researcher Chronicles New Approaches to Eating Disorders

'Give Food A Chance' is aimed at helping childhood anorexia, bulemia

While there is much concern about childhood obesity in this country, there are also many children who suffer from the opposite condition – food intake disorders. In her new book "Give Food a Chance: A new view on childhood eating disorders" Portland-based doctor and Reed College graduate Dr. Julie O'Toole, MD, MPH, draws from over a decade of clinical experience treating eating disorders in children and young adults


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