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Young Women Get Business Fashion Help from Two of Their Own

Young Women Get Business Fashion Help from Two of Their Own

Two juniors at Vanderbilt University are on a mission from Mod. They mean to make it possible for women their own age—as well as those a bit younger and some a bit older—to garb themselves for success with their self-designed (and cleverly named) age-appropriate fashion line, Ready Dress Go.

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For Nearly Three Decades, EditPros Have Helped Others Tell Their Stories

For Nearly Three Decades, EditPros Have Helped Others Tell Their Stories

For 28 years, Jeff March and Marti Childs have been doing the write thing for their clients.

The co-founders and co-owners of EditPros create, edit and/or proofread everything from newsletters and websites to books and résumés. They also assist with correspondence, brochures and other marketing materials, based on the very solid presumption that being able to write isn’t a universal skill—and certainly not in the corporate world nor academia.

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Not-as-Crappy New Year!

Not-as-Crappy New Year!

I wish you and yours a Not-as-Crappy New Year! Yes, 2020 is gone! Like the embarrassing acne of youth, Gallagher performances and the devastating flatulence of Rudolph William Louis Giuliani, some effects will linger but the worst may be over.

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Native Californians Really Rocked Their Art

Native Californians Really Rocked Their Art

Reefer madness ran riot in California centuries before the 1936 movie of that name—which was intended to be a cautionary tale but became a must-see stoner film in the 1960s and ‘70s, much like Ed Wood’s ”Plan Nine From Outer Space.”

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This is a Good Day to Stand Up for Sacramento Stand Down

This is a Good Day to Stand Up for Sacramento Stand Down

At 17 years old, Jacob No is already a purpose-driven man. He says he’s “always had a passion for serving other people,” which has included his volunteering in soup kitchens both in the Sacramento area and Corona Del Mar, where his parents have homes—and, more recently, for Sacramento Stand Down.

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Employee Burnout: One More Thing to Think About on Election Eve

Employee Burnout: One More Thing to Think About on Election Eve

With at least the beginning of the election upon us—you don’t really think it’ll be over by midnight tomorrow, do you?—it might be a good time to think about how many things have gone haywire recently. One of the under-discussed but potentially economy-disrupting issues is worker attitude.

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