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The Neighborhood Files
Betsy and Sal want to know how your holidays went, what gifts you got, what you liked a latte and want to venti about. So grab a cup of joe and join their post-holiday coffee talk.
People like to talk about what ails them. This week, Betsy and Sal do just that.
The ability to see her face closer than ever has Betsy Brint asking, 'Who invented the magnification vanity mirror and why?'
Opinion, The Neighborhood Files
A son's annual check-up gets his mother wondering what happens between raising the first child and the last.
After tackling the Presidential election, Betsy and Sal brainstorm other topics -- like Lance Armstrong and tattoos -- that are sure to get people talking.
Betsy and Sal focus on Romney's 'binders full of women' remark while discussing the presidential debates in this week's column.
Chicago Ideas Week came and went, and as far as I can tell, our everyday problems have yet to be solved.
A potentially unhealthy dependence on Zappos is the focus of this week's column as the authors try to find the perfect boots for the 2012 season.
And how more liver and onions is the only way to save it. Or something. Betsy and Sal knock healthy food for not smelling as enticing as a bone-in rib roast.
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