New Book Features Quotes by Women, For Women

WASHINGTON — There have been many quotable quotes over the ages, and most of them were said by men. Quotabelle.com features quotes by women and the stories behind the words. Pauline Weger, the woman behind the website, has now compiled 110 of the quotes and stories into a book, Beautifully Said: Quotes by Remarkable Women and…

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Marathon bombing survivors join other VIPs at road race

A few well-known folks ran the Celebrity Mile portion of the DMSE Sports Classic, held over the weekend at Merrimack College in North Andover. Events also included a half marathon, 10K, and 5K races. Among those breaking a sweat were NASA astronaut Sunita Williams, Police Commissioner Bill Evans, “The Singing Trooper” Dan Clark, famed distance…

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Someone 2 Know: Adrianne Haslet

It seems a week doesn’t go by without reports of a terror attack and the lives lost.  But, how about those who live through it?  Last month Reno had a special visit from a survivor who spoke at the Women of Achievement luncheon (http://nevadawomensfund.org/) that Channel 2 was proud to help sponsor. Adrianne Haslet quickly…

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Amputee community: Give us ‘leg to stand on’

WASHINGTON – O&P stakeholders yesterday called on lawmakers to ensure that any healthcare reform plan does not return America to a pre-ACA world where amputees can’t afford a leg. “Before ACA, amputation was considered a pre-existing condition and there were unreasonable limits in insurance coverage,” said Dr. Jeff Cain, a Denver-based physician and head of…

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Bombing survivor takes to the runway

Boston bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet stole the show with her brave walk down the runway for Canadian designer Lesley Hampton at Vancouver Fashion Week. With her amputated leg proudly on display, Adrianne joined Irish plus -size model Tia Duffy in a glitzy show celebrating diversity. In 2013 ballroom dancer Adrianne was cheering on contestants in…

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Mastering Your Reality: Adrianne Haslet

In every moment, you choose who you want to be and how you want to live your life. It’s your ultimate power, and your inescapable responsibility. You’re the master of your reality. It doesn’t always feel that way, though. Too often, we believe the awful fictions of our fears, believe our misguided assumptions and our…

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