You can learn a lot about someone by looking in her refrigerator.
Is there anything expired in there? What’s that mystery thing in the Tupperware in the back? Is that a candy bar hiding behind the fat-free salad dressing?
In May, we celebrate motherhood. This is always one of my favorite issues to work on for Her, because everyone has a story about their mom, or a mother figure who has impacted her life.
The neighborhood issue always brings out strong reactions with our readers. You’re all pretty passionate about where you live, and we love that about you.
You guys really like Confessions. The Confessions section of HerNashville.com gets more action than any other part of the website, and I constantly hear from readers — both male and female — about how much they love that page in the magazine.
I don’t know if I can blame winter’s lack of ample sunlight or severe withdrawal symptoms from holiday candy, but I will admit to drawing a massive blank as I sat down to compose my editor’s letter this month.
To say that we have high expectations for 2012 would be the understatement of the year.
You can learn a lot about someone by asking what their favorite food is. In a totally unscientific poll, I discovered that my friends’ favorite foods include the following: nachos, sardines, ice cream, bacon, stuffed grape leaves, dried prunes, cheese, prime rib and wedding cake. Sardines?! Dried prunes?!! To each her own, I suppose.
Dana Birdsong didn’t have time for a headache that day. The (then) 35-year-old lobbyist and advocate for the American College of Cardiology in Washington, D.C. had a meeting on Capitol Hill she couldn’t miss.
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