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Section 2

(1) Simple Rules for Healthy Eating

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/21/upshot/simple-rules-for-healthy-eating.html?action=click&module=MostEmailed&region=Lists&pgtype=collection

(2) Posture affects standing and not just the physical kind

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/12/28/posture-affects-standing-and-not-just-the-physical-kind/?action=click&module=MostEmailed&region=Lists&pgtype=collection

(3) Helping fliers avoid change fees for a modest fee

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/12/28/business/helping-fliers-avoid-change-fees-for-a-modest-fee.html?action=click&module=MostEmailed&region=Lists&pgtype=collection

(4) To fall in love with anyone, do this

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/01/11/fashion/modern-love-to-fall-in-love-with-anyone-do-this.html?action=click&contentCollection=Pro%20Basketball&module=MostPopularFB&version=Full&region=Marginalia&src=me&pgtype=article

(5) Len E. in NC: Saw Chasing Rainbows. First act was a boring disaster. Thought I was watching a high school show.  It will never make it on Broadway. Also saw Youth rated by Cranke as the best movie of 2015. It was totally incomprehensible and unentertaining ( if there is such a word). Want to see good movies? Go see Brooklyn, Trumbo and The Big Short.

Note: I agree with Len about BROOKLYN and TRUMBO. We disagree about CHASING RAINBOWS. I loved it!

(6) 15 ways to be a better person in 2016

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2015/12/24/style/ways-to-be-a-better-person.html?action=click&contentCollection=Media&module=MostPopularFB&version=Full&region=Marginalia&src=me&pgtype=article

(7) Single, and Surrounded by a Wall of Men

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/03/fashion/single-and-surrounded-by-a-wall-of-men.html?action=click&contentCollection=Media&module=MostPopularFB&version=Full&region=Marginalia&src=me&pgtype=article&_r=0

(8) Arlene D. in PA: Re: sales staff that lunge at you when you enter a store, I prefer  “My name is _____I’ll be ______(location) if you need assistance with anything. Thanks for coming in.” I would be shocked if a sales person approached me that way.

(9) Natalie K. in PA:  We saw The Big Short today.  Ivan enjoyed it a great deal.  I hated it.  Didn’t understand it and thought it was poorly made.

(10) Ivan W. in PA: I know Nat wrote to you about The Big Short and she hated it. I, on the other hand, had a different opinion. The movies was very technical and talky. However, if you were following the mortgage balloon and the almost worthless mortgages that were part of bonds sold you would have some understanding of what was going on. It was a history of the few people who discovered what was going with the illegality and rating agencies’ for sale ratings. The movie gave a very good explanation of the house of cards that was built, complete with examples from Anthony Bourdain and Las Vegas gamblers. I found it tremendously intellectually stimulating. So, your enjoyment of it would depend on what kind of movie you enjoy.

(11) Older students learn for the sake of learning

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/02/your-money/older-students-learn-for-the-sake-of-learning.html?action=click&module=MostEmailed&region=Lists&pgtype=collection

(12) Think seriously about spending for play

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/01/02/your-money/think-seriously-about-spending-for-play.html?action=click&module=MostEmailed&region=Lists&pgtype=collection

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Section 12A, NC events

(1)

8981 forte in concert

(2)

(3) ADULT ACTING CLASSES AT NC STAGE WITH MICHAEL MACCAULEY. SIGN UP NOW!!! www.ncstage.org
Introduction to Acting: Adult Education
This class is a twelve-week introduction to acting course. The course emphasizes individual monologue work through intention, movement, physical activity, etc. It also introduces various acting philosophies and techniques including Alexander Technique. The syllabus is designed to resemble a college introductory course and is perfect for the adult actor or actress who is just getting into the world of performance.
Dates: February 1 – April 25, 2016
Time: Mondays 5:30 – 7:30pm
Instructor: Michael MacCauley*
Location: Roots + Wings School of Art and Design- located at 573 Fairview Road
Level: Beginning – Intermediate Adults, Ages 16 – Up
Cost: $400

Shakespeare’s Language: Adult Education
This twelve-week class is an introduction to the language and poetry of Shakespeare. It will focus on the use of the text, language, story telling, interpretation, and the meaning of his work. This class is designed for individuals who want to dive deeper into performing the Bard’s work.
Dates: February 1 – April 25, 2016
Time: Mondays 7:45 – 9:45pm
Instructor: Michael MacCauley*
Location: Roots + Wings School of Art and Design- located at 573 Fairview Road
Level: Not Applicable, Ages 16- Up
Cost: $400

*Denotes member of Actors’ Equity Association

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Section 12B, PA events

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