‘Eat, Pray, Love’ author adds ending to her Jersey Victorian

When you’re trying to sell the priciest and most historic building in a small, rural, but artsy community in a place called Frenchtown, N.J., it helps that you’re a writer capable of spinning a listing description that pithily points out all the high points of the property.

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Long live the king! HBO renews ‘Game of Thrones’

"All men must die" may be the tagline for the just-started fourth season of "Game of Thrones," but the show itself is in no danger of croaking any time soon. HBO announced on Tuesday that the hit fantasy drama would return for a fifth and sixth season.

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‘Love Ninja’: Mom shares one teacher’s amazing strategy to combat bullying, loneliness

This post was first published on Glennon Doyle Melton’s blog, Momastery, on Jan. 30. In less than a day it was shared more than 1 million times. We wanted to share it with you.A few weeks ago, I went into Chase’s class for tutoring.image

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Bobbie’s Buzz: 4 ways to style your hair during the holidays

Just in time for year-end office parties, family gatherings and more, TODAY style editor and author Bobbie Thomas shares some quick and easy ways to style your hair — without the help of a pro.image

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Cuddly kitty or killer? Evolution explains why cats are grumpy

Do you ever catch your cat staring at you, as if to say, “I could kill you right now … very easily”? There’s a reason for that: evolution. And cat grumpiness just might get worse in the future, thanks to the way we breed and adopt cats. But there are cures for a grumpy cat, according to the author of a new book about our feline friends.British anthrozoologist John Bradshaw’s latest book, “Cat Se… Continue reading