Things We Like

Things We Like

Voices—African American and Latina Women in Pennsylvania Share their Stories of Success
Compiled by the Pennsylvania Commission for Women (Harrowood, 106 pages)

Fifty of Pennsylvania’s most notable minority leaders share their hardships and achievements with poignancy and pride, and raise the bar for young African-American and Latina girls who’ve had limited exposure to same-race and gender-matched role models. A thorough read of this inspirational anthology should encourage all young women to search out the power of their own voices as they pursue their goals.



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Sunday with Susan
June 10, Radnor Valley Country Club

Don’t miss this lecture by Wynnewood’s Susan Silberstein, founder of the Center for Advancement in Cancer Education. Appropriately titled “Are You Digging Your Grave with Your Fork?” the talk focuses on four life- saving nutrition secrets to help you lose weight, gain more energy, slow the aging process and prevent disease. 11:30 a.m. $40. 555 Sproul Road, Villanova. Call (610) 642-4810 or visit




How to Tell If Your Boyfriend Is the Antichrist
Patricia Carlin (Quirk Books, 112 pages)

This witty and irreverent guide may just save you from becoming permanently entangled with Mr. Wrong—especially if he’s an extraterrestrial, kleptomaniac, fugitive or worse. Ardmore’s Patricia Carlin does what so many of us are incapable of: She draws a distinct line separating cute quirks from undeniable personality disorders. Having a boyfriend isn’t a prerequisite for life, but this guide to your guy’s psyche is.

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