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Commentary: Those who are in the depths of sadness need a messenger of hope, reminding them that there is goodness in the world and that they are worthy of love.
The man just ahead of me in line placed a box of chocolates on the counter. “I’ve been looking everywhere for these,” he said to the clerk.
By Toni Morrison; foreword by Zadie Smith, Alfred A. Knopf, 129 pages, $18
Why should the lovely, smart and funny 19-year-old student who works in my office feel more single this time of year than at any other?
The search is officially over: If you’ve been wondering what the saddest song of 2019 is, we’ve found it. It’s on Celine Dion’s new album, “Courage.”
LOS ANGELES — John Leguizamo is returning to the Primetime Emmy Awards as a four-time nominee, but he’ll have to skip class to attend the ceremony.
It takes a lot of courage (and stability) to start a career path over again, as Chandler did toward the end of the series' run. While much of this episode was focused on the gang's quest to win the lottery, it also had a smaller storyline focused on whether Chandler would be able to turn his internship at an advertising company into a permanent position in one of three open assistant roles (and the ego blows he faces each time he learns of one going to someone else).
While validation from others is rarely turned away, finding a wholehearted love for yourself can go a long way toward removing the need for that validation.
Óscar Alberto Martínez Ramírez's mother says she finds a heartbreaking photograph of their bodies hard to look at but also comforting for how they clung to each other in their final moments.
At the end of every school year, Chicago Academy for the Arts holds a senior lunch for the graduating class where each senior — there were 32 this year — is individually toasted by a faculty member.